TheArmyLeader.co.uk was created by a former Army soldier to give a home for serving British Army soldiers and officers to share their leadership experiences, offer advice and tips, and provide the tools for others to develop themselves and their organizations.
It is unashamedly not purely focused on officers. An interest in good leadership begins from a soldier’s first appointment in command and should be nurtured and helped by their own leaders.
Influenced and inspired by the US and Australian professional military education websites, The Army Leader aims, in its own small way, to improve the practise of leadership in the British Army.
We welcome comment on the posts at The Army Leader. Bear in mind that all comments must follow our guiding principles.
We also strongly encourage articles from former and serving Army (and indeed RM, RAF and RN) soldiers and officers. More information and our submission rules are here.
Finally, if you find something useful share it, discuss it and use it. Improve yourself and improve your unit.
The Army Leader is run as a not-for-profit organisation and is funded by donations towards its running costs. Without donors the site is unable to run and we are particularly grateful for the support provided this year by The Sandhurst Trust. If you would like to support The Army Leader any donation would be grateful received. Please get in touch.