Christine Silva lead Canadian and global research projects focused on diversity and inclusion and was a co-author of Catalyst’s longitudinal study of high-potential employees. She played a lead role in the groundbreaking study, Career Advancement in Corporate Canada: A Focus on Visible Minorities ~ Survey Findings, and directed and co-authored the qualitative report in that series that explored critical relationships. In addition, she was lead author of Catalyst’s first research report on LGBT inclusion, Building LGBT-Inclusive Workplaces: Engaging Organizations and Individuals in Change.
Christine's Latest Work
This report examines the impact of leadership development—both formal programs and on-the-job experiences—on high potentials' career advancement.
This report reveals that high potentials who have received career development are now “paying it forward” and developing others.
This report includes a series of questions for the reader to reflect about why disparities in career advancement may persist.