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Emmanuel Ada Ogejuma: 'Driven to succeed'

Smooth talking and with a laid back personality, can this pharmacist keep a cool head on this leadership mission?
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2013 11:36
Emmanuel is not just known for his own success but also for helping team members develop in their careers [Matthew Cassel/Al Jazeera]

Emmanuel Ada Ogejuma is a pharmacist and award-winning sales manager.

"My weakness is my insatiable drive for success."

- Emmanuel Ada Ogejuma, regional manager GlaxoSmithKline

He is responsible for the sales of HIV drugs and vaccines in Nigeria for pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) - a key corporate sponsor of the leadership project.

But Emmanuel is not just well-known at GSK for his own success; he is also seen to help team members develop in their careers.

His smooth talking and laid back personality will be tested, so can he keep a cool head and bring his skills to bear on this leadership mission?


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