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ODN Europe is the European Chapter of the Organization Development Network, an international professional association of organisation development practitioners.

Organisation Development

Supporting Europe’s organisations to become more effective and healthy through the advancement of the theory and practice of OD.

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Find out how membership of ODN Europe can support your career through networking, sharing and learning (including mentoring) with OD practitioners.

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Join us at the ODN Europe Conference 2020

The event is being held at the Warwick Conference Centre, UK on Thursday 23 to Friday 24 April, with an additional Pre-Conference Day on Wednesday 22 April. Bookings open at 10am on Monday 6 January 2020 with special rates for members.

19Nov 19
Awards

Awards

Our very own ODNE Board Member Maxine Craig was honoured by the American OD Network for her contribution to the field. Maxine was awarded the ‘Sharing the Wealth’ Award. This award is awarded periodically to a practitioner who exemplifies and lives the values of the field of practice.  The award winners demonstrate the following: Invites less seasoned professionals to actively…

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19Nov 19
Meet… Gareth Evans

Meet… Gareth Evans

Gareth was recently elected to the ODN Europe board Your first ever job? Vehicle Technician with a pre-dealer distribution business within Kent, part of the Mazda UK group and franchise centre for Maserati Cars. A proud moment My family being part of my graduation ceremony on the completion of my Masters of Sciences in Systemic Leadership & Organisational Development with…

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19Nov 19
ODN Europe Year End Financial Summary

ODN Europe year end financial summary

Our financial year ended on 30th September 2019, and we finished the year with a modest financial surplus.  We now have just over 300 members which is a small net gain on 2018 membership numbers. We held our first non-UK conference in Amsterdam in May which achieved its aim of attracting new attendees from across Europe.  Given this was our…

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Together with our founding sponsors, we created this community to provide a professional, safe space for connecting and learning. Our members call it ‘the home of OD’. Our purpose is close to their hearts: “to support Europe’s organisations to become more effective and healthy through the advancement of the theory and practice of OD”.

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