About us

Uncommon leaders was founded in 2010 and has been formed to develop leaders who can generate uncommon results. We are passionate about working with people to enable them to achieve beyond what they feel is possible. We are committed to the development of human potential, and will bring that commitment to developing the potential of your people and enabling them to achieve your vision and strategy.


Uncommon leaders was founded by Peter Hamill. For more information on Pete Hamill including his biography and blog click here. For more information on Embodied Leadership, the book published by Pete Hamill, click here.


We draw from a team of over 70 associate consultants, who are selected from a wide range of backgrounds, varied expertise and experience and from both public and private sectors. We are known for the calibre of our consultants – all of whom have personal experience of managing and leading teams within different sectors and industries, as well as many years’ experience of working in People and Organisational Development. Most are also qualified to Master’s level.

We have are able to field teams of consultants from Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Americas, and we will select a team who have the appropriate skills and abilities to meet your needs.


Our consultants have experience of working:

  • In leadership positions in a range of organisations
  • Across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors
  • Across different geographies accounting for cultural differences
  • Across all industries and sectors

Our key interest is in developing your people to achieve your strategy.

Latest posts from Pete Hamill’s blog

  • This is a Randori - May 15, 2020
    During a black-belt test, in Japanese martial arts, the candidate will sit at one end of the mat, and three or more opponents will sit at the other end. At the [...]
  • Where will the leadership come from? - May 7, 2020
    As I read my social media streams, there are some who argue that this is a turning point and that this will change everything – going back to normal is not an [...]
  • Resilience - March 9, 2020
    Resilience is a current trend in organisations, often connected to the themes of wellbeing and mental health. People are shipped through half-day modules on how [...]