Future of Work Summit

Progress Won’t Pause – How to Drive Change and Equity in the Future of Work
Wednesday, 21 April 2021


The Future of Work is here. Workplaces are being redefined and transformed by disruptive events, social movements, shifting paradigms, and technological advancements. While the pandemic has had a devastating effect on women, particularly women of colour, in the workplace, we also see this as a watershed moment to make impactful change and build a better and more equitable future of work.

Join Catalyst on 21 April as we bring together a group of incredible thought leaders to inspire change and create impact.

The Future of Work Summit will include:

  • Highlights of the latest research on the Future of Work
  • Lessons for creating psychologically safe workplaces through empathy and trust;
  • Key conversations about confronting racism, bias, and inequity in the workplace; and
  • Resources to help your organization create an equitable and inclusive future.

Times across Europe are:

  • 9 am – 3.45 pm GMT+1 (Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London)
  • 10 am – 4.45 pm CET (Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna)
  • 11 am – 5.45 pm EET (Athens, Bucharest, Istanbul)


Why Attend?

Be part of the solution. This is the first conference about the Future of Work that Catalyst is convening specifically for Europe. This one-day summit will identify steps needed to create better workplaces for everyone. Together, we will build an equitable future in which progress won’t pause.

To see what our virtual events offer, check out highlights from 2021 Catalyst Awards, Catalyst Honours 2020, and the 2020 MARC Summit.


Agenda & Speakers

Catalyst Speakers

Stephen Caulfield
Stephen Caulfield
Vice President, Dell EMC Global Services & GM Dell Bratislava

Fiona Carlin
Fiona Carlin
Partner and Chief Executive, Baker McKenzie’s EMEA+ Region

Lorraine Hariton
Lorraine Hariton
President & CEO, Catalyst

Dr. Ilham Kadri
Dr. Ilham Kadri
CEO, Solvay

Geraldine Matchett
Geraldine Matchett
Co-CEO & Member of the Managing Board, DSM

Spencer John
Spencer John
COO, Deutsche Bank




This event is complimentary, but registration is required by 20 April.