Orianna Rosa Royle

Reporter

At Management Today, you’ll find Orianna interviewing Britain’s top bosses, championing inclusive leadership and bringing to light issues impacting workers - From the lack of miscarriage policies to the misuse of mental health champions, the list goes on.

Having worked as a presenter and video journalist, Orianna Rosa Royle pivoted to the magazine industry in 2017. She has written and filmed for a number of media publications including Campaign, Market Leader, Women’s Health, Sky News, Your Local Guardian and London Live.

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Email her: orianna.royle@haymarket.com

 

6 ways to stay close to your customer

6 ways to stay close to your customer

It’s time for firms to switch from short-term survival tactics to serving their customers' post-pandemic needs.

The leadership lesson from racism in football

The leadership lesson from racism in football

On the pitch or in the office, Black team members are less likely to get the benefit of the doubt.

Where I get my best ideas: My allotment

Where I get my best ideas: My allotment

"A day at the allotment is like a deep breath for my brain," says Emma Robertson, chief executive at Engine Transformation.

Should you require your workers to be vaccinated?

Should you require your workers to be vaccinated?

"It’s a personal choice, not a corporate one," comments one of our panel of C-suite leaders.

Leadership lessons from Alan Sugar

Leadership lessons from Alan Sugar

“I think there's a lot to be said for simply working hard and being tough in business,” says The Apprentice winner Mark Wright.

When should you trust your gut?

When should you trust your gut?

Because when you know, you know. Right?

In Conversation: Dame Carolyn McCall

In Conversation: Dame Carolyn McCall

“We've come out a more lean, but much more effective organisation,” says ITV’s CEO.

15 minutes with Estée Lauder's Sue Fox

15 minutes with Estée Lauder's Sue Fox

The Estée Lauder Companies UK president on taking risks, email etiquette and the future of retail.

Advice for "going plural"

Advice for "going plural"

We asked leaders for their advice for taking on C-level side hustles, non-exec roles and portfolio careers.

Stop assuming employees learn from failure

Stop assuming employees learn from failure

Contrary to the common notion that failure is a great teacher, research shows that it undermines learning.