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

 

6 CEOs to follow for inspiration

6 CEOs to follow for inspiration

In need of some motivation? Management Today’s panel of leaders has put forward the CEOs who inspire them most.

How White leaders can talk about race

How White leaders can talk about race

Drawing on their experiences of microaggressions, two Black leaders share advice for White peers about creating space for meaningful conversations.

“If you're feeling like you're an impostor, it's because you probably are”

“If you're feeling like you're an impostor, it's because you probably are”

Stop telling women they have impostor syndrome says entrepreneur, author and business coach Angelica Malin.

Should you add clients as friends on social media?

Should you add clients as friends on social media?

While it is possible to like a selfie too far, Monumental Marketing’s CEO Jamie Love believes that casual communication with his clients builds deeper relationships.

How to handle negativity in business

How to handle negativity in business

Don’t let one bad apple spoil the bunch, says one leader.

Boris is wrong: Remote working will be the new normal

Boris is wrong: Remote working will be the new normal

WFH isn't Marmite - most of us don't completely love it or completely hate it.

"I learned what not to do as a leader from being in investment banking"

"I learned what not to do as a leader from being in investment banking"

A culture of working long hours and feeling disposable taught Astrid & Miyu founder and 35 Women Under 35 alumna Connie Nam some important leadership lessons.

Founders: When should you step down?

Founders: When should you step down?

Our panel of founders on finding the right time to step aside and find a successor.

Why have romantic novelists turned CEOs into studs?

Why have romantic novelists turned CEOs into studs?

Once upon a time, a CEO asked me out - it did not meet literary standards.

Where I Work: Mallorca

Where I Work: Mallorca

Leaving London for Spain’s equivalent to Shoreditch has been the “silver lining” to the pandemic for Hoohaa’s founder Lorenzo Vasini.