Orianna Rosa Royle

Reporter

Managment Today's Orianna has worked across print, broadcast and online journalism with honed skills for a modern multichannel newsroom. Previously seen in Managament Today's sister title, Campaign magazine, as well as, Women’s Health, Sky News, Local Guardian, London Live and more, you'll find Orianna interviewing business leaders, inspiring inclusivity and bringing content alive online. 

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Email her: orianna.royle@haymarket.com

 

No, we don't need vibrating social distancing bracelets

No, we don't need vibrating social distancing bracelets

There are some weird and wonderful ideas for getting workers together safely, but whatever happened to common sense?

Tom Blomfield just sent a message to burned out CEOs everywhere

Tom Blomfield just sent a message to burned out CEOs everywhere

Monzo's departing founder had the honesty to admit his mental health struggles, and the self-awareness to realise his business had outgrown him.

The January Blues: 7 morale boosting tips

The January Blues: 7 morale boosting tips

Some ideas from our panel of C-suite leaders. No 1: cake...

How do you know when you're putting too much pressure on your team?

How do you know when you're putting too much pressure on your team?

Despite being less visible, there are still ways of spotting overworked remote workers.

The unspoken downside of mental health champions

The unspoken downside of mental health champions

While I have done a day’s training in first aid, I am not a paramedic. Equally, firms mustn't expect colleagues to be therapists.

Online networking tips from the C-suite

Online networking tips from the C-suite

Virtual schmoozing will be a useful skill even post-lockdown but there's more to it than chequerboard Zoom calls, as our panel reveals.

A reading list for 2021

A reading list for 2021

From why losing your job could be the best thing that ever happened to you to Anne Boden’s memoir, Management Today rounds up the books to kick off 2021.

Your miscarriage policy (or rather lack thereof) is costing you talent

Your miscarriage policy (or rather lack thereof) is costing you talent

Research: People want more openness and support around pregnancy loss.

Where I get my best ideas: The pub in my garden shed

Where I get my best ideas: The pub in my garden shed

FirmDecisions’ global CEO Federica Bowman finds creativity easier when she can step away from her home (and into her own makeshift bar).

How to help your team beat the January blues

How to help your team beat the January blues

Management Today shares morale-boosting tips from the C-suite.