KeyNote Topic:

Connectable: How Leaders (at Any Level) Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In


Remote work, advancing technology, and an always-on work culture are fracturing our relationships resulting in deep disconnection. A colossal 72% of global workers feel isolated at least monthly; with 55% saying at least weekly. Feelings of isolation and loneliness among employees are on the rise, and contribute to a real and growing mental health problem that affects both individuals and organizations. You’ll learn how addressing the issues―and finding practical, effective solutions―can transform an isolated workforce to one that’s happier, more engaged, and more productive in their efforts.

Combining a decade of leadership consulting and firsthand workplace connection research, Ryan Jenkins distills everything you need, showing you what’s causing today’s disconnection and how you can increase connection to boost belonging, engagement, retention, and performance with employees at every level (and whether their in-person or remote).

Attendees Gain

  • An awareness of the new science and the significance of connection.
  • Ability to identify workers in need of connection and how to deliver it for them.
  • Scoring on how connected their teams are based on the Team Connection Assessment™.
  • The 4-step LINK Framework™ to create connected, driven, and high-performing teams.
  • Best in class examples of organizations that have increased connection and belonging.
  • Ability to create deep connections and unify a disconnected team.

This program is available as a customized keynote presentation, a half/full-day workshop, or virtually.


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Work with the expert who literally wrote the book on how to strengthen team connection and belonging.

"Ryan’s energy, organization, passion, and knowledge in his virtual presentation was incredible. It’s an important time to talk about loneliness and belonging in the workplace for all generations. Rock star!"
~KAY SCHMIDT, CATALENT PHARMA SOLUTION
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