Carl Honoré is an award-winning journalist and bestselling author of In Praise of Slow and Under Pressure. He has lectured round the world, and the Huffington post describe him as 'the godfather of the Slow movement.'
His speech at the prestigious TED conference was ranked in the Top 10 “Most Inspiring” talks of 2005 by the millions of visitors who vote on the TED website. Others on the list included Bill Clinton and Bono.
His audiences range from children, teachers, academics and medical practitioners to entrepreneurs, IT professionals and business executives. Carl's first language is English, but he can also present in French, Spanish and Portuguese. And Italian (at a stretch…).