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

 

The best business podcasts as voted by you

The best business podcasts as voted by you

As companies nationwide eye up an autumn return to the office (albeit mostly in a hybrid capacity), Management Today asked business leaders to send in their podcast recommendations. Add zest to your resumed daily grind with these top picks.

“Men are afraid to say or do the wrong thing - I have an antidote for that”

“Men are afraid to say or do the wrong thing - I have an antidote for that”

To allow room for error, Ray Arata, CEO of the Better Man Movement calls himself an ally-in-training. He has written a book about how men can become effective allies in the workplace.

“I can talk about business success, but it’s difficult to say that I failed as a mum, wife and friend...”

“I can talk about business success, but it’s difficult to say that I failed as a mum, wife and friend...”

5 Minutes with Lady Chanelle McCoy, former Irish Dragons Den investor and co-founder of CBD brand Pureis.

Will the global corporate tax deal really level the playing field?

Will the global corporate tax deal really level the playing field?

MT Asks: Global leaders have agreed on a minimum corporate tax rate, but how will it actually affect business leaders?

“A four-day week gets complex as you grow”

“A four-day week gets complex as you grow”

Start-ups listen up: Baked In founder Joe Munns advises how to manage a four-day week while scaling up.

How businesses are coping with Britain’s shortages

How businesses are coping with Britain’s shortages

MT Asks: What does the current crisis actually mean for businesses?

If Facebook disappeared for good, could you still reach your customers?

If Facebook disappeared for good, could you still reach your customers?

If Monday’s blackout has taught business owners anything, it’s that it’s time to assess whether they are over-reliant on Facebook.

6 ways to stop your employees leaving

6 ways to stop your employees leaving

A panel of leaders share their tips for lowering churn during the current tough labour market.

How to lead during a recession

How to lead during a recession

As furlough ends, serial entrepreneur William Reeve discusses how to prepare for a possible post-pandemic recession.

Meet the chief behind Avon's resurgence

Meet the chief behind Avon's resurgence

Angela Cretu had the handover from hell, but she still "didn't feel the urge to run away."