An interview with Brigadier Suzanne Anderson

At the end of 2016, I visited Sandhurst, home of the British Army officer, to meet Brigadier Suzanne Anderson, one of the most senior women in the army and the woman responsible for soldiers’ and officers’ individual development. We had a hearty breakfast in an oak-panelled room with a large animal skin hanging on the wall, and she explained how the army is now giving soldiers the tools to survive in the civilian world, from the very day they sign up. Here’s the full interview, which was originally published in the winter 2017 edition of Professional Manager, the Chartered Management Institute magazine.IMG_1570

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