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Drawing on over 300 years of British Army leadership experience, 'The Centre for Army Leadership Podcast' looks to establish what is required of our leaders and our leadership, to meet the challenges of both today and tomorrow. For the British Army, leadership underpins everything that we do. It not only ensures we do right by our people, it underpins our operational success. This podcast series seeks to harness diversity of thought and experience from military leaders as well as leaders fro ...
 
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This week, in recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day, we will be doing a deep dive into mental health by speaking to Consultant Occupational and Forensic Psychologist, Professor Neil Greenberg. Professor Neil served in the Armed Forces for more than 23 years. During this time, he was an integral part of the team that developed peer-led traumat…
 
In the latest episode of the Centre for Army Leadership Podcast, we have the privilege to speak with Professor Jamie Shea, former Deputy Assistant Secretary-General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO. Jamie's NATO career spanned an incredible 38 years, in which time he worked his way from Assistance Committee Secretary and Minute Writer to De…
 
In this special joint podcast, we are honoured to be joined by the two senior soldiers of the US and UK Armies, SMA Michael Grinston and WO1 Gavin Paton. With nearly 60 years of service between them, they share insights from their times as junior leaders and the challenges they now face in their current roles. They speak openly and passionately abo…
 
This week we are honoured to be joined by a global trailblazer of the human resources world, Leena Nair. As the first female, first Asian, and youngest ever Chief Human Resource Officer at Unilever, Leena supports the 150,000-strong Unilever workforce across 190 countries. In this insightful episode, she talks passionately about her leadership jour…
 
As the UK prepares to host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) later this year, Lieutenant General Richard Nugee CB CVO CBE joins the podcast to discuss leadership, sustainability and climate change. As the 'Climate Change and Sustainability Lead' for the MOD, General Nugee unpacks the MODs aspirations to reduce emissions a…
 
As Muslim communities around the world celebrate the end of Ramadan with Eid-al-Fitr, we are honoured to be joined by Imam Asim Hafiz OBE, Islamic Religious Advisor to Chief of the Defence Staff and Service Chiefs. Imam Asim became an Islamic Scholar in 1999, a process which lasted ten years during which time he also memorised the entire Qur’an. He…
 
In our Easter episode, we are privileged to be joined by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Following a successful career in the oil industry, he was ordained into the Church of England in 1992 and was enthroned as the 105th Archbishop of the See of Canterbury in 2012. In one of our most insightful episodes yet, the Archbishop talks to us …
 
This week we are joined by Dr Tara Swart, neuroscientist, leadership coach and author. In this insightful episode, Dr Swart skilfully translates complex neuroscience concepts into simple leadership advice. She discusses her theory of 'Organisational Neuroplasicity' and the importance of organisational culture, highlighting the need for organisation…
 
We are honoured to be joined by General Stanley McChrystal in this week's episode. The former US four star general and JSOC Commander, General Stan was described as “one of America’s greatest warriors” by Secretary of Defence Robert Gates. In this episode he talks openly to us about some of the mistakes he has made throughout his career and what he…
 
In this episode we are joined by Eddie Jones, Head Coach of England Rugby. He is the most successful England coach in history for win percentages and has over 20 years of experience coaching and leading high-performance teams. Eddie speaks openly about the importance of honesty and how this is essential in building trust. He talks to us about the n…
 
This week we are joined by WO1 Sarah Cox, the Command Sergeant Major of the Army Recruiting and Initial Training Command. Sarah has over 24 years of experience as a soldier and is the first female Command Sergeant Major in the British Army. She gives a soldier's perspective on leadership, talks about the importance of education, and shares her view…
 
In this episode we are honoured to be joined by Major General Duncan Capps CBE, Commandant of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and Director Leadership of the British Army. General Duncan gives an open, honest and humble reflection on his 35-year Army career. He discusses the importance of servant leadership and putting others before yourself, a…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Richard Hytner, author of 'Consiglieri: Leading from the Shadow' and founder of the creative management consultancy firm, 'beta baboon' and, now, leadership coach and facilitator, Blue Hat Man. Richard shares with us his wealth of experience from working with some of the world's largest businesses. He unpacks his t…
 
In our first episode of 2021, we are joined by Dr Claire Yorke, a former Henry A. Kissinger Postdoctoral Fellow at Yale University and leading expert in empathy and emotions. She shares with us her extensive knowledge and research into these critical fields. She discusses “empathy within boundaries”, highlights the importance of leaders connecting …
 
In this special edition of the podcast, General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith talks to us about 'future leadership' and the challenges the British Army of tomorrow will face. He talks about leading in the digital age and the institutional challenges the Army faces as it undergoes a digital revolution. He also discusses the importance of delegation, empat…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Major General Sharon Nesmith, Director Personnel of the British Army. General Sharon has nearly 30 years of leadership experience, is a member of the Army's Executive Board and is recognised as the most senior female Officer in the Army. She reflects on a hugely successful career and talks openly about diversity & …
 
In this episode we talk to Baroness Sue Campbell DBE Director of Women's Football at the Football Association. Baroness Sue is a true patron of UK sport, having amassed nearly 50 years of leadership experience both on the field and in the boardroom. In this honest and heartfelt episode, Baroness Sue shares with us her views on authentic leadership,…
 
A fascinating inaugural episode where the Chief of the General Staff General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith shares with us his personal leadership philosophy. He talks openly about his time as a young Platoon and Company Commander, discusses the challenges young leaders will face in the future and describes how the British Army "breeds the very best soldi…
 
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