Last week, we announced that the Ugwumba Women Academy shall be officially launched with an international women conference with the theme: BECOMING A WOMAN OF INFLUENCE.
This event is designed to mark this year’s International Women’s Day and is scheduled for 3 days, starting on Monday, March 08, 2021 to Wednesday, March 10, 2021.
Today, we are pleased to unveil the keynote speaker, Mrs. Patience Ogunbona, who shall be speaking on the conference theme: Becoming A Woman of Influence.
Patience Ogunbona is a CPD Accredited Corporate and Business Trainer, Consultant, Certified Transformational Coach, Inspirational Speaker, Disc Personality Expert, Emotional Intelligence Expert and the Author of a personal development book titled “Aspiration to Transformation” where she articulated 10 Simple Steps to Move You From A Place of Discomfort to Your Empowerment Zone.
Patience is passionate about empowering Visionary Female Introverted Leaders, Professionals and Heart Centered Entrepreneurs to overcome Imposter Syndrome, own their strengths, build confidence, develop unwavering self-beliefs and high performances so they can create Impact, Influence, Income and thrive.
She is the Founder of Aspire-Transform-Inspire (ATI-Coaching, Consulting and Training Ltd), a coaching and training company that offers tailored world class resources, services and training to help SMEs, organizations and corporations add value to their staff and ensure strategic alignment to their mission, vision and objectives. Helping them achieve sustainability and profitability by training on Leadership, Inclusion and Employee Engagement and Emotional Intelligence.
As an Executive Director and Member of the PAC of the John Maxwell Team, she is certified, trained and equipped to take her clients on a success journey. Her training enables organizations to develop a culture of adding value to their staff enabling a shift in mindset to help employees thrive and deliver peak performance and results. A win-win all round.
She is also a Chartered Accountant (FCCA) and Chartered Internal Auditor (CIA), who understands how business works, the challenges faced by employees and the strategic leadership skills required to build a successful business. Patience is passionate about transformational change through coaching and training techniques, helping aspiring and new entrepreneurs DISCOVER purpose and potential, DEVELOP it to high performance levels, DELIVER excellence and DESIGN an aligned business and fulfilled life.
Having developed programs and systems that empowers entrepreneurs to take action, she provides support to help them design a business that is aligned to their core values and definition of success. Her Aligned Business Blueprint (ABB) Coaching Program is designed to help new coaches, consultants or service-based providers turn their passions and talents into thriving businesses. Her passion and unique talent is the ability to intuitively guide clients as a strategic thinker and accountability partner, providing them with the right environment and tools to achieve their goals.
As a catalyst and enabler for change and growth, her Women’s VIBE (Visionary Introverted Women Business) membership and mastermind provides opportunities to engage with likeminded people and build the business you want on your own terms. Patience is an Inspirational Keynote Speaker, who inspires and challenges you to overcome adversity, quit making excuses and live your best life, here and now. Her motto is: “impossible is an opinion, feel free to disagree and carve your own path and journey to success”.
She looks forward to being part of your transformational journey and success as you join us on the international women’s conference starting on Monday, March 08, 2021 by 2.00pm WAT.
To join the conference, simply visit https://bit.ly/3svHlO8
Remember, this conference is open to all women from Africa, especially those who have officially signed up as beneficiaries of the Ugwumba Women Academy.
We are doing this because, at the Ugwumba Leadership Center, we strongly believe that African women also deserve empowerment, don’t you think so?