Michael Hayman


Michael Hayman MBE is co-founder of Seven Hills and co-author of Mission: How the Best in Business Break Through.


After us, the deluge. These are the words not of our Prime Minister, but from another troubled time and uttered by Madame de [...]

20 May

Last week’s local elections were a democratic amuse bouche. A mere mouthful of popular sentiment, sending a message to the [...]

7 May

Public morality, but private depravity – a time when keeping up appearances on the outside was very much the order of the day. [...]

8 April

Freedom’s just another word for nothin’ left to lose. [...]

25 March

Houston, there is no problem. America is back in the space race. [...]

11 March

The thing about the 1970s – if you lived through them – is that they were for the most part dull and dour years, devoid of [...]

11 February

IF YOU’RE looking for a meaningful vote of confidence tomorrow, look elsewhere than the sentiments of our 650 MPs. Instead [...]

28 January

They were the best of times, they were the worst of times. [...]

14 January

Maybe it’s just me, but the Stormtroopers in the new Star Wars movies never seem to have the same menace as the old ones. [...]

17 December

Can we stop worrying now that earnings are rising at their highest rate in a decade? [...]

12 December

Britain has become a single issue nation. So all-consuming have the ins and outs of Brexit become that the national debate seems [...]

3 December

How could they do it? After 18 years on UK television, Channel 5 has waved goodbye to hit show Big Brother.  [...]

19 November

Winter is coming, to borrow the oft-quoted phrase from Game of Thrones. [...]

5 November

The stories of nations are written at times like these. [...]

22 October

A dreadful misrepresentation, a gaggle of braggarts, the worst take on business you could possibly create. [...]

8 October