Orianna Rosa Royle

Senior 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

 

5 Minutes With… Cerys Johnson, CEO of REPL Group

“My high-performance habit? To quiet the voice in my head telling me I can’t do things”

5 Minutes With… Cerys Johnson, CEO of REPL Group (Accenture).

What to look for in negative Glassdoor reviews.

What to look for in negative Glassdoor reviews

New Zealand-based toy company Zuru claims that reviews on the site calling it a “burnout factory” with “incompetent” leaders are false and have caused a loss in company “time, money and resources”.

Should you give your staff a one-off bonus?

Should you give your staff a one-off "cost of living" bonus?

HSBC and Virgin Money are giving staff a one-off payment to help with the cost-of-living crisis. But with no end to the recession in sight, perhaps businesses should look at longer-term solutions to financial wellbeing.

5 Minutes With… Lucy Litwack, Owner and CEO of Coco de Mer.

“Most important advice I’d give my successor? Risk more and risk earlier”

5 Minutes With… Lucy Litwack, owner and CEO of Coco de Mer.

Iceland

Is Iceland Europe's answer to Silicon Valley?

Business Iceland has launched Science City in a bid to attract a cluster of fast-growing tech start-ups to its capital Reykjavik. Will it work? MT investigates.

Are you guilty of 'aggressive mansplaining'?

Are you guilty of 'aggressive mansplaining'?

Rishi Sunak was recently accused of “aggressive mansplaining”. Here’s the best course of action for leaders who experience it, witness it or are the culprit.

5 Minutes With… Katy Wigdahl, CEO of Speechmatics.

"I was advised to lead with fear or be more masculine - I didn't listen"

5 Minutes With… Katy Wigdahl, CEO of Speechmatics.

Annie Young-Scrivner

“This advice from my former boss, Annie Young-Scrivner, stuck with me”

Looking back, there was one piece of advice that has stuck with Taco Bell’s boss, Julie Felss Masino.

Why Vapiano walked away from its USP

"Constantly poke the bear" - why Vapiano's boss shifted strategy and hasn't looked back

After almost two decades, the pizza-pasta chain's MD made a radical change to its business model - and is not looking back.

Jenifer Rosenberg OBE

“I'm not retiring. I don’t want to slow down,” says 79-year-old founder

Jenifer Rosenberg OBE, founder and chair of The Heart Stems Foundation charity, talks to MT about "unretiring", saving lives and being a high-profile woman in business in the sixties.