Wayne Rawcliffe

Wayne Rawcliffe is an organizational effectiveness specialist, educator, speaker and seminar leader. He is recognized for bringing creativity and a wealth of ideas to his work with clients in improving their impact through better communication.

He has written numerous articles, including "10 Things I Learned About Teamwork from Dragon Boating," "Your Network is Your Net-Worth," and "How To Develop An Internal Consulting Practice."

As a facilitator, instructor and coach, Rawcliffe’s clients benefit from over 25 years of organizational effectiveness experience in improving individual, team and organizational performance. He has worked extensively with all levels of leadership in public, private and not-for-profit sector organizations to successfully develop and implement organizational improvement initiatives.

Rawcliffe studied philosophy and world religions during his undergraduate degree at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. He also has a degree in education from the University of Calgary and an MBA from Royal Roads University. He is currently completing doctoral studies in adult learning at Walden University.

Originally from Alberta, Rawcliffe settled in Vancouver after living in the UK and eastern and central Canada; he considers it one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

When he is not teaching, working on his business, or travelling, he volunteers his time creating a home for his two dogs: Gimli, a neurotic whippet, and Levi, a retired greyhound.

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