Rony Rinat, Ph.D. is a Social/Organizational Psychologist with over 30 years of experience. He is the founder of Leadership Aspects, a consulting firm specializing in organization, leadership, and talent development, executive and team coaching, and change leadership.
Rony has always been fascinated by the psychology of groups and organizations and the impact they have on individuals and vice versa. He believes that the key to organizational success lies at the intersection of leadership and culture. A leader’s role is to courageously envision a future, incorporate individual interests into a collective one, and create psychological safety for others to willingly and enthusiastically follow.
In his 30-year career at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, most recently as its Chief Learning Officer and Vice President of Leadership and Organization Development, he enhanced employee skills and engagement; led organization development initiatives for executives, management, and staff; launched talent management, organization development, and leadership and learning development initiatives; established and implemented an organization-wide learning strategy and infrastructure; and oversaw the execution and evaluation of structured learning programs that reached all 19,000 employees.
Prior to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Rony served as the Director of Management and Organization Development at the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, which operates the public hospitals and clinics in the city. Rony also taught in the Master of Science Program in Industrial and Labor Relations at City University of New York Baruch College.
Rony earned a Doctorate Degree at Columbia University in Social and Organization Psychology. He studied with Professor Morton Deutsch, a pioneer in social psychology, and Professor Warner Burke, one of the founders of organization development.
How to Contact Rony:
- Phone – 1 (212) 300-6424
- Current location – New York, NY
- Works Globally
- Extensively experienced in the Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Education, Technology, and Global Business industries