Our Story

We create intimate virtual learning experiences.

Our story is managers, organizations and growth. We believe that knowledge, practice and reflection are the key to behaviour change.

Through our development programs, we educate managers and leaders, facilitated by experienced manager educators in a collaborative environment.

About Us

We established Senga as a community of diverse experts to help leaders and managers at all levels in organizations to improve their ability to engage and inspire others. The main ingredients are courage, compassion and a curiosity that feed an insatiable appetite for learning. In fact, the name Senga means assembling the community to solve a problem. Sustainable organizations of any kind demonstrate the willingness and ability to listen, learn and call to action. They recognize their people are key to their success is to invest in building their abilities and the capacity of the organization.  Our team brings more than 60 years of collective experience to serve you.  Our experience as leaders and managers ensure that we create learning experiences that are intimate, evidence based, and practical.

Our Team

Dr. Wayne Rawcliffe

Dr. Wayne Rawcliffe

Speaking to managers like you about how to become even better at what you do, helping to grow you team and develop the potential in your employees, gives me incredible satisfaction. My experience in improving individual, team and organizational performance has been with all levels of leadership in public, private and not for profit sector organizations by implementing organizational improvement initiatives.

Teaching has always been part of my work life. I currently lecture at both the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University and the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia. It is exciting to work with young business students from around the world. There is a lot we can learn from the next generation of managers and leaders.

Being involved in the community has always been important to me. Over the years I have been involved in many community organizations and am currently involved in a Social Enterprise venture that helps youth recovering from mental illness to achieve skills and education that will lead to employment.

Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, I settled in Vancouver after living in the UK, eastern and central Canada and considers this city one of the most beautiful in the world. When I am not working on my business, teaching, traveling, or volunteering I spend my time with my two dogs, Gimli a neurotic whippet and Chesus the crazy whippet.

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Faye White

Faye White

I am recognized for my ability to establish respectful, productive relationships; my balance between process and product; and my engaging facilitative approach.

I draw upon a breadth of experience including; establishing and leading new departments within complex changing environments, supporting leaders to implement change initiatives, building the capacity of managers through learning initiatives, supporting the development of organizations and their managers/leaders through numerous strategic and operational planning processes. I established my consulting practice in 2003, focused on organizational development, after working in the health care sector for 18 years. I believe in building healthy communities and am an active in a number of community initiatives supporting seniors, affordable housing and community safety. I am also an active member of the British Columbia Organizational Development Network, the Vancouver Chapter of the International Coaching Federation. In my free time, you will find me volunteering in the community, travelling, sailing or enjoying time with friends.

Our team is rounded out with an exceptional group of Associates with a depth of experience as educators and managers.




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Our Associates

If you're passionate about making a difference in management education, we want to hear from you!
Contact Wayne or Faye and help us get to know you.

Faye helped our interdisciplinary teams to think outside the box and take a new approach to difficult problems faced in the long-term care setting. She skilfully facilitated the teams to move from a conceptual level through to tangible programs with measurable outcomes.

- Cheryl Leia, Vancouver Coastal Health