Ojiugo Ajunwa Celebrating Women in Project Management

Ojiugo Ajunwa Celebrating Women in Project Management

Ojiugo Ajunwa


Location: Abuja, Nigeria

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Am Ojiugo Ajunwa MBA, PMP and in my forties. I am Nigerian and a wife, homemaker. I have over 20 years of work experience. I am a Consultant, trainer, mentor, coach and author. A Co Founder Ritetrac Consulting Nigeria Ltd.

Key strengths include the ability to meet and exceed goals/targets, a knack for engaging stakeholders and the ability to transfer best practice knowledge to others. I am a Problem Solver with topnotch Analytical, People Management, Communication and Organizational Skills.

My greatest achievements as a Project Manager include:
1. Influencing Public and Private Sector Project success in the past 17 years.
2. Training and mentoring over 10,000+ Individuals directly or indirectly in Project Management across 17 countries.
3. Authoring the book Lessons Learned Managing Projects in Nigeria and co-authoring Day in a Life of a Project Manager – both available on Amazon.

See Ojiugo’s 2018 Celebrating Women in Project Management profile.

What is your project management super power?

Stakeholder Engagement and driving Project Communications. I believe its so key in making sure the Project you are on succeeds.

How can gender diversity be improved in the project management profession?

By women giving themselves permission to shine in this Profession. We must build our own Tables and create so much value that we will be impactful in the long run!

As the profession evolves, what skills do you think will be key for future success?

Emotional Intelligence. Be Data Savvy. Negotiation Skills will all be top skills needed to stay relevant.

How do you recover from difficult situations?

To recover from difficult situations I ensure the facts on ground are well understood by all parties and also ensure that I replace worries in my mindset positive affirmations to position me to move forward.

What are your tips and techniques for conflict resolution?

To resolve conflicts my best tip is to ensure you personally don’t want the conflict situation to linger on and on so stay open to solutions that bring an end to the problem.

Which 3 words best describe why you enjoy being a project manager?

Planning, Results, Impact




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