Financial Times


Loud and clear: the message sent by your voice

By Kim Thomas Business people and politicians are using voice analysis to assess and improve their public speaking, writes Kim Thomas. Read the article…


Too much of a good thing

By John-Paul Flintoff Microsoft’s PowerPoint software is used in 30m presentations every day. But rather than helping speakers, the effect of fancy graphics and animated lettering can be tedious and off-putting, says John-Paul Flintoff after interviewing Alastair Grant of GPB Consulting and others. Read the article…


In thrall to wizardry

By Alistair Grant Alastair Grant on the false lure of computer visual aids. Read the article…