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"Show me the strength of their personal relationships, and I’ll show you the strength of that organization."

~ Stuart Knight

Stuart Knight's New


is Here!

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Connecting after a Pandemic.

Rock It By Talking it! 

Meaningful human connection was in crisis well before the pandemic, and now that people are coming back together it’s needed more than ever before!  After 25 years of speaking to audiences around the world about the importance of personal relationships, Stuart’s new keynote takes an even deeper dive into the science of human connection and how it is the number one factor to organizational success and personal well being.  


Click below to get more details and learn why this presentation is vital to your organizational success.

Audience Takeaways

Gain a true understanding on what authentic human connection is, and lead by example so that it can flourish in the workplace.

Practice inclusivity by creating meaningful connections between all employees regardless of race, religion and sexual orientation.

Learn how to create the relationships people desire most in order to attract and retain talent.

Learn how to build the kinds of personal relationships that have always been the backbone to productivity, collaboration, innovation and overall morale.

Discover how to harness the power of meaningful human connection as a means to improving individual physical and mental health.

Learn how to build trust, invite feedback and develop the bonds that will push your organization past surviving and into thriving!

Since the pandemic, 75% of all employees said they felt socially isolated.

Ready for a chin drop moment? Check out these stats...

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Personal relationships are seen as being the biggest factor of employee engagement, yet 41% of men and 29% of woman say they feel lonely at work.

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80% of managers felt they personally acknowledge their team, yet only 20% of employees agreed with that statement.



Bosses say they have an open door policy, yet 85% of employees don’t feel close enough to their manager to provide important feedback.

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90% of the help given in the workplace happens when someone asks for it, yet most employees don’t feel close enough to others to do so.

"Each day more organizations are catching up to the importance of inclusivity amongst all of their employees, regardless of race, religion, and sexual orientation. But if people are not given the time and space to connect in a meaningful way, creating a culture of inclusion is impossible."

~ Stuart Knight

Witness the excitement

Stuart Knight brings to the stage!