This year the Centre for Army Leadership’s annual conference will be held at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst on the 8th of November. With the subject - Leading Successfully Through Change.
CIVILIAN OPPORTUNITIES TO ATTEND
There are a number of tickets available for civilians to attend so this is an excellent opportunity to hear some great civilian strategic level speakers and engage with military leaders in the grounds of the world famous Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
As the British Army’s major leadership conference, this event will join leaders and academics from across the military and civilian worlds in order to explore ‘how to lead successfully through change’.
In today’s complex and rapidly changing world, leaders at every level need not only to be comfortable with change but also have the skills to anticipate it and the ability to recognise its impact. The Centre for Army Leadership’s 2018 Conference will be the ideal way for leaders to prepare themselves and their organisations for the challenges that change brings with increasing frequency.
Military staff and civil servants are admitted free to the morning session of the conference only. A strictly limited number of tickets are still available in this category. Click here on MODNet (using Google Chrome).
Discounted tickets £100 (Students, members of academic institutions and charity sector employees).
Please Note: Only 100 Le Marchant Package tickets are available.
Free for Military staff and civil servants to attend the morning session only. Limited number of tickets left.. Click here on MODNet (using Google Chrome)
Le Marchant Package- Concessions Only - £100 - Click here
Le Marchant Package - Regular - £200 - Click here
Exclusive Robertson Package - Regular - £750 - Click here
You must secure your place to attend before the event.
Delegate Registration is 0830 - 0900hrs at a Marquee by the Churchill Hall in the grounds of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
On 8 November 2017, 80 delegates from across the military, public sector, business and academic world met at the Centre for Army Leadership in Robertson House at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. They gathered for the Centre's inaugural leadership conference titled: The Role of Leaders in Building a Culture of Moral Courage.