Would your organization like to have:
• A platform for marketing to international members
• Participation in the ILA Speakers Bureau
• Opportunities to present to international audiences in the ILA Webinar Series
• Space at the ILA Annual International Convention
• Papers and articles published in the ILA journals
The ILA is often approached by organizations wishing to partner with us. These are usually companies, universities, non-profits and others who are interested in extending listening capability in their organizations. Individual people can be ILA Members, and organizations can be Organizational Members, or ILA Affiliates.
When your organization becomes an ILA Partner, The International Listening Association (ILA) agrees to:
Organizational Members are entitled to all of these benefits and more. For example, Organizational member companies can also send two people to our ILA international convention held annually at different locations throughout the world.
Small, or large organizations can become Partners of the International Listening Association. Businesses, universities, healthcare centers, voluntary organizations, music groups are all becoming part of the ILA worldwide network spanning 21 countries.
Apply to become an ILA Partner by clicking Join and choosing the Organizational Member or Special Affiliate Status option.
Taylor and Francis
Taylor and Francis is one of the world’s leading business intelligence, academic publishing, knowledge and events businesses. With more than 6,500 employees globally, Taylor and Francis has a presence in all major geographies, including North America, South America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Brio Enterprise/ECHO Listening Profile
Brio Enterprise/ECHO Listening Profile New ILA Organizational Member, Brio Enterprise, uses ECHO a scientifically based, statistically reliable listening assessment that enables organizations to understand the listening styles and corresponding behaviors of teams, individual employees and future hires. Different people listen “to” and “for” different kinds of information, and understanding your own listening habits can greatly enhance your ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with others. Since its development in 2008, companies have used the ECHO Listening Profile to support hiring, management development, training and cultural onboarding.
Kean University is a world-class university offering more than 52 undergraduate and 35 graduate programs including doctoral programs in psychology and education leadership. It also has the New Jersey Center for Science Technology and Mathematics (NJCSTM) dedicated to the development of a new generation of mathematics, science and technology teachers and researchers.
Positive Dynamics has been working in Europe for more than 30 years. Led by Anne Storey, the company specializes in Culture Change and Transformation, Executive and Board Performance, HR Strategy and Business Coaching.
Leaders Today is the flagship brand of Mathieu & Cie Coaching and Consulting based in Geneva Switzerland, a partnership firm that provides organizational consulting, leadership development and executive coaching services for global organizations. Programs include Global Leadership, Coaching Culture, Coaching Skills for Excellence, Listen & Lead and Effective Feedback. They are skilled in using large-scale collaborative conversations such as World Cafés and Listening Cafés. Founding Partners are Saba Imru-Mathieu, MA, PCC, Executive Leadership Coach and Senior Trainer, in charge of the Coaching, Leadership and Learning programs and Jean François Mathieu, CE, Music Composer,Listening Culture Designer, in charge of the Listen & Lead programs. www.leaderstoday.co
Manchester University has campuses in North Manchester and Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA offering more than 60 areas of academic study to 1,600 students in undergraduate programs, a Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics, a Master of Athletic Training and a four-year professional Doctor of Pharmacy. www.manchester.edu
PMA International is led by Paul McGee, also known as the Sumo Guy http://www.thesumoguy.com/. He is the author of a number of books including How to Speak so that People Really Listen: http://www.thesumoguy.com/portfolio/how-to-speak-so-people-really-listen/. If you missed Paul’s interview with Chris Evans on BBC Radio 2 (his show is the most listened to radio show in Europe) then click here to check it out on YouTube. You'll discover some of his top tips, including the surprising advice he gave to Chris's ninety one year old mother who's a bit of a worrier. Happy listening!
Listen First Project
Listen First Project encourages conversations towards increased respect and understanding - inspiring hope and behavior change, one ‘Listen First Pledge and Conversation’ at a time. LFP drives the Listen First movement to restore relationships, bridge divides, and mend the frayed fabric of society.
Someone To Tell It To
The Someone To Tell It To organization models intentional listening and compassionate presence. Michael Gingerich, M.Div, and Tom Kaden, M.Div are co-founders. They take the time to build trust, ask good questions, and offer authentic, non-judgmental care.Korea Listening Institute
Korea Listening Institute, is sponsored by KookEun Han PhD, consultant and CEO. The Korea Listening Institute has several listening cafes in Korea. www.listening.re.kr