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

 

How CEOs can improve sales

How CEOs can improve sales

“Hitting those sales targets no longer sits with sales teams, instead it should start and end from the heart of a business.”

The most powerful thing you can say as a leader is "I don’t know”

The most powerful thing you can say as a leader is "I don’t know”

Q&A: Moneypenny’s Joanna Swash on empowerment, M&A and the future of work.

How to communicate changes to customers

How to communicate changes to customers

The failed launch of the European Super League serves as a reminder in the importance of communication.

IR35: How the new rules are impacting businesses

IR35: How the new rules are impacting businesses

Management Today finds out how five firms are reacting to the changes to off-payroll rules.

The worst leadership traits, according to your staff

The worst leadership traits, according to your staff

Almost half of workers have left jobs due to bad leadership.

Why offering staff a week off work won't fix burnout

Why offering staff a week off work won't fix burnout

LinkedIn’s burnout bandage is a good treatment, but the only real cure is to give people less work.

Where I get my best ideas: Upside down

Where I get my best ideas: Upside down

Disruptive Technologies' Pippa Boothman is an expert at turning problems on their head - literally.

5 CEO tips for horizon scanning

5 CEO tips for horizon scanning

Management Today asked leaders how they keep an eye open for business opportunities - and threats.

How Astrid & Miyu gave virtual sales a personal touch

How Astrid & Miyu gave virtual sales a personal touch

Shuttered shops inspired a waist-up approach to fashion, says the jewellery brand founder Connie Nam.

How I pivoted to a direct-to-consumer model

How I pivoted to a direct-to-consumer model

As health consciousness increased because of Covid-19, so did the demand for kombucha. But with shops shut, Fix8 founder Freya Twigden had to find new ways of distributing its products.