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Podcast: Jeanine Drummond, Integral Maritime, MD & Principal Marine Advisor


published on 5 November 2021 39 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Shipping Podcast". Originally published on 2021-11-05.
In this episode, you will be meeting a true leader, an experienced Harbour Master, Master Mariner, Experienced Marine Advisor, General Manager and Non-Executive Director; her name is Captain Jeanine Drummond.

We speak about the importance of modern leadership, which is somewhat different from traditional leadership, which has been prevailing in our industry for such a long time.

We also speak about the importance of not just trying to blend in but also speaking up to seize the opportunity to make a difference by becoming visible. Seeing is believing, says Jeanine.

We are all role models in one way or another, and that is precisely what the maritime industry needs.

Listen to Jenine and give us a shout-out!

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