The Institute of Directors in Ireland

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Phone: +353 1 411 0010
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The Institute of Directors (IoD) in Ireland is a dynamic network with 3,000 members drawn from companies large and small in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. As the foremost voice in the debate on improving corporate governance standards, IoD Ireland is dedicated to developing and improving the effectiveness and performance of directors and boards throughout Ireland.

IoD Members

Our membership is made up of the most forward thinking and successful business leaders in Ireland, and includes chief executives/managing directors, chairpersons, non-executive directors, senior executives and entrepreneurs.

Play to Your Strengths

As a member of IoD Ireland, we offer a wide range of resources designed for your personal and professional development as a business leader. And because membership is individual not corporate, every one of our 3,000 members (and growing) can tailor the resources to suit their own leadership journey.

For more member benefits and information, visit the IoD Ireland website

 

 

 

News

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Press Releases

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Brexit uncertainty dominates for Irish business leaders, as sentiment slips throughout 2018