ILA Partners are companies, universities, non-profits and others who are interested in creating listening cultures in their organizations.
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 register two people to our ILA international convention for special reduced fees held annually at different locations throughout the world.
Apply to become an ILA Partner by clicking Join and choosing either the Organizational Membership or the Special Affiliate Status option.
Contact Jennifer Grau, Director, ILA Partners Program
The Chapman Foundation for Caring Communities offers transformational learning experiences that strengthen relationships, align teams, and build stronger communities. We integrate listening, leadership, care and service to create Truly Human Connection.
ECHO Listening Intelligence is a management development company based in Boulder, Colorado that creates tools to help teams grow smarter together through improved listening. They are the creators of the ECHO Listening Profile, 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.
Francisco de Vitoria University is a private university located in Madrid, Spain. It is named after Francisco de Vitoria, considered the father of International Law. This is an international university by both origin and mission. Their philosophy focuses the motto: “overcome evil with good." The aim is to educate people who can actively contribute to building a better and more humane society.
Someone To Tell It To creates meaningful relationships through compassionate listening and trains and educates others to do the same.
The National Communication Association, (NCA,) founded in 1914, advances Communication as the discipline that studies all forms, modes, media, and consequences of communication through humanistic, social scientific, and aesthetic inquiry. It promotes the importance of communication in public and private life, the application of communication to improve the quality of human life and relationships, and the use of knowledge about communication to solve human problems
Innolect Inc. prepares executives and their teams to succeed in high-performance, high-integrity workplaces. An industry leader in listening research and resources, Innolect has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Chief Learning Officer, People+Strategy and Christian Journal of Nursing. President and Founder, Kittie W. Watson, Ph.D., is a past ILA President, inductee into the ILA Listening Hall of Fame, and recipient of numerous research and business awards.