About Robert Dinerman
Rob is an innovative and highly accomplished Executive with more than 30 years of leadership training, coaching, and speaking in:
- Financial Services
- State and Local Education
- 501c3, not for profit organizations
- Life Science Industries
Rob is a valuable asset to senior management seeking expert assistance with revenue growth, transitions, cultural transformation, conflict management, acquisitions (large platform IT) technology, and bridging the generational gaps between executives and staff. His most recent work in bi-directional coaching facilitates the merging of cross-generational teams which include Millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers into a cohesive team. Rob is an Executive Director and a President Advisory Council member for The John Maxwell Team (JMT). JMT is a global think tank of 20,000 members that provides Transformational Leadership Training, Performance Coaching, and Business Development Execution on a global scale. JMT believes that increasing the level and effectiveness of leadership is essential to growing American and world economies. Recently, JMT has been invited to teach leadership principals by over 20 heads of state. They have brought its teams to Romania, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Paraguay. JMT estimates they have trained over 100,000 people at governmental and educational institutions in these countries. They also volunteer to teach leadership and character education to about 500,000 youths per year through their Global Youth Initiatives. Rob is the Vice President for Marketing and Membership for the Wharton Club of New York which coaches, trains, and educates over 25,000 Wharton Alumni in the NY Metro Area. In this capacity, Rob has access to world-class talent to help facilitate personal growth within the Wharton community. As a volunteer, he holds a seat on the New Providence Board of Education as well as The Union County School Boards Association. He is also a volunteer Team Leader with Amor Ministries, which provides housing to the poor, and he serves several other 501 C 3 organizations in various leadership capacities. He received a BS degree from The Wharton School of Business where he majored in Finance, Accounting and Psychology degree from the University of Pennsylvania as well.