John Rogener / Bank of New York Mellon
John A. Rogener is President of the New York City chapter of the Association for Talent Development, formerly known as ASTD. He has over 25 years of progressive and diverse global experience in training, leadership and management development, sales and organizational effectiveness, change management, coaching and facilitating teams in the financial and professional services sectors.
John is also currently Vice President of Learning and Development for BNY Mellon University, at BNY Mellon. John has advised and coached executives on learning, talent development and organizational effectiveness interventions that supported business strategy and developed future leaders. He has provided strategic direction for management and leadership development that included researching current models, best practices, competencies and assessments to build talent pools that guide businesses towards sustained growth. He has also led large scale organizational change initiatives which included assessing leadership needs essential to supporting change, and he has coached executives on managing and sustaining change.
John was an adjunct professor for 14 years at New York University (NYU) in Human Resources and Learning and Development, and he received NYU’s Award for Teaching Excellence. He also co-authored “Address Learning Needs, Not Wants” with his supervisor David DeFilippo, which was published in Chief Learning Officer magazine. John holds a B.A. in English and a Master’s and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Rehabilitation Counseling. He is certified in Myers Briggs and DiSC assessment tools, and is completing his Executive Coaching certificate at New York University.
John considers the New York City chapter of the Association of Talent Development (ATD) a dynamic organization that provides relevant and timely training interventions to learning and development professionals in the greater New York area. John considers the New York City chapter of the Association of Talent Development (ATD) a dynamic organization that provides relevant and timely training interventions to learning and development professionals in the greater New York area.