The Promise of Future Leadership: A Research Program on Highly Talented Employees in the Pipeline
Catalyst's longitudinal project, The Promise of Future Leadership: A Research Program on Highly Talented Employees in the Pipeline, follows the careers of graduates of leading business schools in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. The series includes timely reports on the recruitment, development, advancement, and retention of these so-called high-potential women and men. This ongoing global research study has discredited a number of prevalent myths that suggest the gender gap in corporate leadership exists and persists largely because of women’s choices and actions. Our findings point to the value of addressing the biases inherent in the system, rather than fixing the individuals within it.
View the retrospective of the symposium we held in India in April 2013 to discuss Career Paths in Emerging and Mature Markets.
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Harvard Business Review (Blog): "New Research: Flexibility Versus Face Time"
Catalyzing (The Catalyst Blog): "Flexibility at Work—What's Really Going On?"
Harvard Business Review (Blog): "Study: Women Get Fewer Game-Changing Leadership Roles"
Harvard Business Review: "High Potentials in the Downturn: Sharing the Pain?"
Harvard Business Review: "Women in Management: Delusions of Progress"
Harvard Business Review: "Why Men Still Get More Promotions than Women"
Harvard Business Review (Blog): "New Research Busts Myths About the Gender Gap"
Harvard Business Review (Blog): "Women Don't Go After the Big Jobs with Gusto: True or False?"
Catalyzing (The Catalyst Blog): "Be Somebody—Get Sponsored"