Jeanine Prime, PhD

Jeanine Prime, PhD, has published research in scholarly journals and books and has been featured in a number of business publications, including, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, and Harvard Business Review.

Jeanine holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Spelman College, a PhD in social psychology from Cornell University, and an MBA from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

Jeanine's Latest Work

Advancing Your Own Career

Role Negotiation and the Pursuit of Hot Jobs (Report)

What Can Managers and Employees Do to Reap the Mutual Benefits of Role Negotiation?

Inclusive Leadership

The Secret to Inclusion in Australian Workplaces: Psychological Safety (Report)

Inclusive leaders—those who enact the four behaviours of empowerment, accountability, courage, and humility (EACH)—achieve great results.

Inclusive Leadership

Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries (Report)

This study delves into the similarities across countries in how employees characterize inclusion and leadership behaviors that foster it.


Anatomy of Change: How Inclusive Cultures Evolve (Report)

Candid, respectful communication (and lots of it) is the foundation for building a more inclusive workplace.


Calling All White Men: Can Training Help Create Inclusive Workplaces? (Report)

This report highlights the critical role men have to play in creating inclusive workplaces.

Organizational Culture Change

Strategy Matters: Evaluating Company Approaches for Creating Inclusive Workplaces (Report)

Strategy Matters: Evaluating Company Approaches for Creating Inclusive Workplaces synthesizes the latest thinking about the critical success factors and activities for…


Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives: Stacking the Deck for Success (Report)

Catalyst believes that men have a critical role to play in diversity and inclusion efforts, especially initiatives to eliminate gender…

Engaging Men

Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives: What Change Agents Need to Know (Report)

Learn what you need to know to best leverage men's engagement in gender equity.