This 2013 Catalyst Award-winning initiative accelerates the advancement of high-potential women across different regions and leverages the company’s strong foundation of cultural diversity and multinational expertise to promote a culture of inclusion.
GE Capital in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) has a strategy to develop a strong pipeline of talented women that is based around three pillars: an internal pipeline, a strong network of external connections, and a positive community profile.
PepsiCo Mexico's mission of sustainability is termed “Desempeño con Sentido,” or “Performance with Purpose.” With this in mind, the company has implemented a series of robust and diverse strategies to promote the inclusion of women in all areas of its business, ranging from work-life to succession planning.
Read about how HCLT, a leading global IT services company headquartered in India, works to foster a supportive workplace culture that provides its employees with the encouragement, skills, tools, and training they need to create the desired value for the company and its clients.
Learn about IBM’s Blue Talent program, which provides development opportunities for women in mid-level positions with the goal of strengthening the company’s pipeline and reducing attrition rates, while developing women’s business and technical skills.
Standard Chartered’s aim to become a leader in gender diversity feeds into its larger diversity agenda, which includes efforts aimed at employee engagement and productivity, women’s representation, and work-life balance.