Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Elmira
Serving the Children of the World

 

 

About the Kiwanis Club of Elmira

                                                 

Kiwanis is an international organization of volunteers with over 600,000 members in 80 different countries. The local club was started 43 years ago and its 39 members provide the community with the Kiwanis Music Festival for children, the Kiwanis Santa Claus Parade, The Woolwich Christmas Food Drive, the Kiwanis Oktoberfest Hall and now the Results-Centred Leadership Program. All monies from fundraising goes back into the community because we are run 100% by volunteers. Through our efforts we provide funds for scholarships, EDSS First Robotics team, books for schools and libraries, and many more projects aimed at helping children.

 

 About the Achievement Centre (TAC)

TAC was founded in 1984 in Waterloo as an independent sales and leadership development company. For over 32 years TAC has been providing skills development and results for hundreds of local, national and international organizations. Clients include small local businesses with two or three employees and international companies with tens of thousands of employees. TAC has a number of franchise offices and its head office is now in London On.

 

About The Facilitator

Wayne Vanwyck, founder of TAC, is a successful entrepreneur, facilitator, business coach and author. He has published two business books, four professional development programs and over 400 articles on sales and leadership. He is the current president of the Kiwanis Club of Elmira and has also served on a number of not for profit boards.

About The Program

Results-Centred Leadership is a program that has been developed, refined and updated over the past 20 years. Individuals from across Canada, the US and the Middle East have learned how to become better at producing more profits for their employers, building better teams, improving the culture, and getting more done in less time.

Because it is conducted over 12 months, participants have a chance to implement and practice what they’ve learned and then share results with their peers. There is greater accountability to each other to achieve results. There will also be an emphasis on community leadership and giving back to the community.