IODA is built on the principles of connection and creating a strong network of OD practitioners who share our vision, encourage sound OD practices and learn from each other.
IODA has a range of partnerships with sister organisations, in order to support our purpose of ‘co-creating a global community’ of OD professionals comitted to inspiring learning and change around the world and unleashing human potential in organizations and communities.
The Organization Development Network (OD Network or ODN) is a vital learning community that develops, supports, and inspires practitioners and enhances the body of knowledge in organization and human systems development. Members of the Organization Development Network are practitioners representing a range of professional roles in a wide variety of organizations. About half the members are employed by private industry, non-profit organizations, and government agencies. The other half work as independent consultants, operating their own consulting firms and engaging in private practice, and/or teaching in academic settings.
The OD Network is the largest U.S.-based organization serving OD practitioners. While the majority of our members are from the U.S., ODN members span many countries in the world both directly and through affiliates. IODA and OD Network have collaborated on several conferences through the years, including through the OD World Summits.in Budapest, Portland and Thailand, as co-sponsors for the annual PRO-DO Conference in Mexico, and have shared the International OD Forums at the Annual ASTD Conference.
IODA members can receive a discount on ODN membership fees and conference registrations.
IODA-ODN Liaison: Genae Young
EASC is a European trade association for supervisors and coaches whose objectives are the promotion, application and quality assurance of supervision and coaching. A special focus in that work is on intercultural cooperation within Europe. EASC members are individuals rather than organizations
“Who am I in today’s changing world?” – Identities in times of change.
Supervision and Coaching in Europe
EASC Liaison: Birgit Ramon
IODA Liaison: Ulla Nagel
The International Coach Federation is the professional association of personal and business coaches that seeks to preserve the integrity of coaching around the globe. The largest non-profit professional association worldwide of personal and business coaches, ICF has more than 5000 members and over 191 chapters in 36 countries.
ICF exist to build, support, and preserve the Integrity of the coaching profession. The organization helps to build effectiveness by both educating and promoting the coaching profession. The Coach Referral Service and the PR plan are integral parts of this process.
ICF support also fosters a sense of community among our members. Our annual conference, plus regular communications and local chapters around the world, are the primary tools to meet this goal. Also, to preserve the integrity of the coaching profession, we actively research and develop programs in the legal, regulatory, and credentialing areas that will serve coaches and their clients. The ICF’s immediate goal is to take our organization to the next level, becoming a strong, unified voice for the coaching profession and providing ever-increasing value for our members.
ICF holds two annual conferences, one in Europe and one in the United States.
International Coach Federation
ICF Contact: ICF Office
IODA Liaison: Ann Clancy
Founded in 1944, the Association for Talent Development is the world’s premier professional association and leading resource on workplace learning and talent development. ATD provides information, research, analysis, and practical information to its members that is based on its own research and on the knowledge and experience of its members, through a number of channels, including conferences, expositions, seminars, publications, and the coalitions and partnerships it has built through research and policy work.
ATD currently has more 70,000 members, working in the field of workplace learning and performance in 100 countries worldwide. Its leadership and members are found in more than 15,000 multinational corporations, small and medium sized businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities.
ASTD Liaison: Nicole Washington
IODA Liaison: Ulla Nagel
International ATD Global Networks: ATD has more than 20 international Global Networks (Chapters) in Asia, Europe and Latin America, and these Global Networks host periodic country meetings.
OD Network Europe is the European Chapter of the Organization Development Network, an international professional association of organization development practitioners. Our purpose is to support Europe’s organizations to become more effective, and healthy through the advancement of the theory and practice of OD.