1. I’m sure you’ve noticed, Connections uses a single WP page for all it its pages. So, there are only two ways to do that presently. Not have the text at all or use a two page setup for Connections. here’s how to do the two page setup. Create a new page, let call it “Results” on this new page put only the [connections] shortcode for the page content. Take not of the page ID in the address bar, you’ll need that. Edit the page that the current shortcode is on and add this
x equals the page ID from the “Results” page. No all links in Connections will point to the “Results” which shows nothing but what Connections renders.
2. By default Connections does change the page title and page meta title as well as uses an excerpt of the bio field on the single entry page for SEO purposes. On your site, those option are either disabled or something is overriding them. You can find those options on the Connections : Settings admin page under the SEO tab.
If the options are enabled, I see you have WordPress SEO install, it is likely overriding the values Connections uses. Did you enter anything in the page SEO metaboxes when you setup the page? If you did, try emptying those values. My thought is, if those fields are empty WordPress SEO will use the values set by Connections.
Just noticed, the meta description is being set with the excerpt of the entry bio, so WordPress SEO is likely overriding Connections.
Hope that helps!