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Women are routinely judged against “masculine” standards of leadership, and, if they are found lacking, may not advance in their careers. Catalyst research cited.
Financial Review, by Herminia Ibarra
The number of women in senior-level positions at Canadian companies has barely budged and continues to lag at publicly traded companies. Catalyst FP Census data cited.
The Globe and Mail, by JANET McFARLAND
Alberta has the lowest percentage of women senior officers in Canada. FP Census data cited.
Calgary Herald, by MARIO TONEGUZZI
Catalyst FP Census cited and linked to in this article about women board directors in Canada.
Women on Business, by Susan Gunelius
A look at Alcoa’s women in hard hats and how they created change within their organization. Alcoa's being honored with the 2013 Catalyst Award mentioned.
Want to support women and diversity? Invest in companies with women leaders! Catalyst "Bottom Line" data cited.
MSN Money, by Michael Brush
Cites findings of the 2012 Catalyst Census: Financial Post 500 Women Senior Officers and Top Earners.
The Wall Street Journal (Canada Real Time), by Carolyn King
Media alert about Catalyst's latest report, the 2012 Catalyst Census: Financial Post 500 Women Senior Officers and Top Earners.
Yahoo! Finance Canada
Women are being left behind in the clean technology revolution. Catalyst Quick Takes on Women in Gas, Mining, & Oil in Australia, Canada, & the U.S. and Women in the Automotive Industry both cited.
Huffington Post, by Joan Michelson
Challenging senior leaders by asking: “Do you know (based on sound research and data) exactly why so few women hold leadership positions within your organization?” The Catalyst Award cited.
Forbes, by Kathy Caprino