Apr 26, 2018
This week Maria's guest on the show is Major General Patrick Marriott, who was a regular soldier for 36 years. During this time he served in approximately 30 countries and deployed in operations to Northern Ireland, Egypt and Israel, Bosnia, Kosovo and Macedonia, Iraq and Afghanistan. Among other appointments, he commanded his regiment, the Queen's Royal Lancers, on operations in Bosnia and the 7th Armoured Brigade known as the Desert Rats in Iraq. He was Commandant of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst before retiring in 2012. Patrick now serves as a Reservist Major General, sharing the highest level of Service Complaints Board for the Army.
Recorded on: 7th February 2018
In this week’s show, Major General Patrick Marriott talks to us about his career in the military and how he learned his leadership skills. Good leadership is still highly important to Patrick and this inspired him along with his love of the countryside to lead a trek for children coast to coast. He also talks about the book he is writing for his children and why on special occasions he likes to fire his cannon!! All this and more…
“You can develop courage in people and that's hugely important. It's the great virtue that enables businesses and everything else to succeed.”
Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be World Cup-winning Head Coach who led England’s rugby players to World Cup glory in Australia in 2003, Sir Clive Woodward.