Matt Bird

Matt BirdMatt Bird helps leaders and organisations build the relationships they need in order to achieve greater success. He has created Relationology about the art and science of relationships and how they drive life significance and business success.

He is an international keynote speaker and leadership development consultant who inspires people to believe they can and imparts insights to enable them to succeed.

His programmes are renowned for creating lasting change. He is a specialist in:

  • Relational leadership
  • New business development
  • Client relationship management
  • Strategic stakeholder management
  • Employee engagement

His clients have included: PwC, KPMG, Charles Russell, Manches, Lloyds Banking Group, BHP Billiton, Oxfam and Metropolitan Police.

“Matt Bird is an excellent speaker – thought provoking, engaging and different. His sessions provided an effective platform to facilitate cross-practice area discussion in mixed groups. A genuine help in building relationships both internally and externally.”

David Savage, Head of Property Service at Charles Russell LLP

Matt is an award winning author, magazine columnist and popular blogger whose thought leadership is read globally by thousands of leaders each week on www.relationology.co.uk

“When Malcolm Gladwell sat at his typewriter and wrote the chapter on connectors in The Tipping Point, he must have just finished a slap-up lunch with Matt Bird”

Campaign Magazine

Matt is also a philanthropist who has raised millions for good causes including through his Dragon’s Den style events for charity. His charitable work has received commendations and awards from successive British Governments and Prime Ministers.

“I’m pleased to be able to give The Cinnamon Network this Big Society Award in recognition of the huge difference they have made across the country”

Prime Minister David Cameron

“I’m pleased to be able to give The Cinnamon Network this Big Society Award in recognition of the huge difference they have made across the country.”