Add to myFT How to be a better communicator From public speaking to writing to visual storytelling, conveying your ideas is a necessary step in creating change. Have a suggestion? Help us improve the guide Return to the career guide > What we can learn from Beyoncé’s speech When taking to the stage you must remember you have multiple audiences When the way you speak holds you back Heavily accented voices can struggle to be heard in the workplace The genius of unveiling truths through charts How the master of ‘edutainers’ made statistics and facts engaging May, Dimon and how to answer tough questions Showing critics that you have understood their objections improves your standing Employers struggle to allay Brexit anxiety The challenge for managers is to help workers deal with a long period of uncertainty Ditch winner-takes-all approach in negotiations Business schools must demonstrate that masculine stereotypes lead to poor outcomes More from this Series Inside Europe’s biggest data visualisation lab Imperial College London maps bitcoin transactions across 64 screens Paul Romer’s ‘and’ quota is a false economy A war of words at the World Bank as chief economist lambasts sloppy writing What would you like to know about getting ahead in your career? There are plenty of topics we could cover. Tell FT editors which would best help you.