Based at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, the Centre for Army Leadership has a combined military and academic team of leadership theorists and practitioners. Their mission is to maintain leadership excellence across the British Army and keep it at the forefront of leadership thinking.
As part of our mission to improve leadership in the Army and keep it at the forefront of leadership thinking, our events and publications stimulate debate and discussion about leadership amongst all ranks of the Army.
Serve to lead The British Army's leadership philosophy
The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst has been the home of British Army officer training since 1812, and is now the home of Army leadership. The Centre for Army Leadership is based in Robertson House, named after Field Marshal Robertson, the only soldier in the history of the British Army to enlist as a private soldier and rise through the ranks to Field Marshal.
Head - Lt Col Justin Baker RA
Director of Research - Prof Lloyd Clark BA MA FRHS FRGS
Leadership Warrant Officer - WO1 Sarah Cox RLC
Our team fuses practical Army leadership with academic leadership theory. If you want to book an academic or military speaker for your event email:
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