How to increase productivity by £100,000
spending as little as
I'm looking to boost productivity.
But I don't want to break the bank doing it.
Sound familiar?
To find out how to boost productivity without breaking into a budget sweat join Dr Craig Knight's free webinar.
Learn the science of workplace productivity. 
Find out how easy it can actually be. 
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20 June 2019

3pm London time

Dr Craig Knight is a pioneer in workplace productivity. He helped a large company add £1,000,000 to their bottom line through a £10,000 investment. That is a Return On Investment of 100%. 

Craig helps small, medium and large organisations improve: 

well-being by up to 40%,

productivity by up to 32% and

effective intelligence by up to 19%.




This series of webinars is designed to change the way you look at business and could seriously improve your bottom line. Forever.


Session 1 (free) - there is no productivity conundrum!


20 June 2019, 3pm London time


  1. How the modern office impacts the bottom line.

  2. What can you do to improve productivity?

  3. What can you do to improve creativity and intelligence?

  4. How to make the science work – the leadership mindset.

  5. The role of Agile Working.

  6. The role of Workplace Design.

  7. What is Performance Excellence?

  8. High design.

  9. What can be done to improve competitive advantage, happy staff and healthy profits?





Session 2 - The future of productivity


12 September 2019, 3pm London time


  1. How the modern office impacts the bottom line. 

   2. The need for productivity:

  • Is it the need for speed, the quest for best, or time we lost the cost?​

   3. What are the best business management concepts?

  • The development of business thinking

  • Latest trends

  • The business bubble

  • Surveillance

  • Standardization

  • Critiquing the trends, particularly

    • lean

    • six sigma

    • high design

  4. What does the future look like?

  • Cellular, open plan and agile spaces

   5. Work: Is it an activity, a place or a state of mind?

Learn the essentials of workplace design

  • Aesthetic

  • Process

  • Impact

  • Value

  • Principles

  • Effects

   6. What does good management look like?



Session 3 - Keys to improving productivity now, next week and into the future


19 September 2019, 3pm London time


   1. The modern business's understanding of productivity

   2. How is productivity measured

  • estimates

  • questions

  • gauges

   3. What is Hard Productivity Data?

  • Variable factoring

  • Soft and hard measurements

    • Linkages between the two

  • Analysis

   4. Which styles of management are

  1. the most productive

  2. the most engaging

  3. the most motivational, and 

Which style works best overall

   5. What are the links between industry’s most important Key Performance           Indicators?

  • Profit

  • Engagement

  • Satisfaction


Session 4 - How to achieve direct, measurable and significant bottom-line improvement


26 September 2019, 3pm London time


   1. How to improve creativity and effective intelligence at work

  • Recapturing the productivity principles

  • How the human condition impacts productivity

    • work in related areas

    • lessons to learn

    • differences/similarities across age, gender, predisposition


   2. How can we increase creativity?

  • How do we measure creativity?

  • Creativity Factors inside the organisation 

  • Creativity Factors outside the organisation 

    • How these factors can be changed

    • Group or individual creativity - which wins?


   3. The Power of Intelligence

  • What is it?

  • What is the intelligence triangle?

  • How can we use intelligence intelligently?

   4. How can Effective Intelligence be increased 

  • How can we increase everybody’s intellectual output?

  • How can we increase the organisation's intellectual output?

  • How can we ensure the useful application of intelligence?



Session 5 - How to make the science work for your business – the leadership mindset


3 October 2019, 3pm London time


   1. What are the existing leadership models and their benefits/disadvantages


   2. What is the prototypical leader?


   3. How can leadership be used to maximize

  • engagement

  • satisfaction

  • productivity

  • creativity

  • effective intelligence

  • profits


   4. What can be done to maximise long-term productivity, well-being, creativity and intelligence benefits


   5. How to – unequivocally – be the best leader for your organization.

Who is Dr Knight?


Dr. Craig Knight is Founder and Director of Identity Realization Limited (IDR), a commercial organization with strong connections to blue-chip industry.  Dr Knight is also an Honorary Research Fellow at The University of Exeter, retaining research links with global universities.  This combination of commercial focus and scientific application has seen increases in well-being of up to 40%, productivity of up to 32% and effective intelligence of up to 19%.


Craig’s focus is on evidence based leadership, management and employee retention.  IDR apply organizational solutions, drawn from applied, tested science, that directly benefit a client business, its employees and the bottom line.  Craig is a Chartered Psychologist and a Registered Occupational Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council. He has operated at Director and Managing Director levels across business leadership, design and consultancy sectors since the last century. 

A true story from Craig:

I was in the offices of one of the largest employers in the North West of England.


“How do you work out how much space to allocate to everybody?” I asked.


The manager’s eyes gleamed with the self-satisfaction that only comes from having the perfect answer. 


Ah” she said. “We count the ceiling tiles and then divide by the number of people in the room.”


What would happen if we explored this and other assumptions of workplace productivity? Does it stand up to scientific scrutiny?  Could it be improved, what benefits are to be had?


As it happens, there are substantial improvements to be made.  And just about every business can gain significantly, without doing all that much beyond challenging their existing ideas. And without breaking into a budget sweat.

Published, peer reviewed studies by Dr Knight and colleagues consistently show that the most important factors in a successful working environment are:

  • a willingness by leaders to fully engage with employee input into business processes

  • the development of open decision making

  • developing trust


Building this new dialogue between psychology, leadership and staff has been at the heart of television documentaries, academic discussion and commercial debate.  Craig directly challenges existing leadership and management practices.  The effects are positive, dramatic and long-lasting.


The first webinar is a free introduction session. Sessions 2 to 5 are premium products. And we are offering a discount on sessions 2 to 5 for our Session 1 attendees.