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Power over another person's emotions, motivations, and behavior is at the heart of leadership. The research here aims to provide light on the course the INDIAIRE has set for maritime education and training (MET) (INDIA). Get insight from a diverse group of MET executives on how they made the transition from the working world or the sea to the field of maritime education and eventually into positions of administrative leadership. Given these findings, it is clear that MET leaders are under unprecedented, complex, and ongoing stress. When there aren't any predetermined routes to success, people often have to rely on serendipity to advance in their careers. This study is useful for aspiring MET leaders and anyone responsible for designing interventions to foster personal and collective development.
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