Teena Ogbugoh onAir Talent380 Chief Empowerment Officer
Teena Ogbugoh is an Executive Director on the John Maxwell Team as well as a certified coach, trainer and speaker. She is a certified human behavioral Consultant. Teena is also the founder of Joan Lugards Consulting Services, a leadership and personal development training and consulting firm in Nigeria
Teena is passionate about helping people, inspiring them to reach new heights in their life and businesses through changing the mindsets and belief systems.
She is a solution based servant leader and consultant who helps individuals and organisations to close the gap between where they are and where they want to be. She does these through HR and management consulting, coaching, speaking and training. Her career spans over 23 years in Banking and Human Resource Management sector of Corporate Nigeria.
Teena has a masters’ degree in International Human Resource Management from Kingston Business School, London. She is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, United Kingdom, (ACIPD), a member of the Center for Organisational Leader and Development Network in Africa (MOLDN) as well as a member of the National Institute of Marketers in Nigeria (MNIMN).
Teena is a mentor with the Aspire Foundation UK, a body geared towards empowering women across the world in business and leadership. She also serves on The President’s Advisory Committee of The John Maxwell Team as a Committee lead for Youth Development and leadership programs.
She has been privileged to accompany Dr. John Maxwell and 250 transformational coaches from different countries at the requests of the countries’ Presidents to conduct transformational leadership trainings in Paraguay and Costa Rica.
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