People all over the world are undoubtedly fascinated by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, a pair of attractive, personable young royals who have brought an element of star quality to what many regard as an outdated institution.
So it’s not surprising that their very public decision to resign from their roles as ‘senior royals’ has attracted global media coverage. In the long term, their decision to break away also has potentially negative implications for the Royal Family’s brand and – possibly – its survival prospects.
So, what can leaders learn from how the Royal Family managed – or mismanaged – Harry and Meghan? And what should they do to ensure that they effectively manage their own star performers going forward?