When it comes to building workplaces that work for women, we are all in it together. These powerful stories shine a spotlight on the great work being done by Catalyst Champion companies¾ideas you can put to work to drive positive change.
3M’s CEO Inge Thulin explains why he’s a Catalyst Champion For Change. [VIDEO]
Find out how IBM is boosting global diversity and accelerating careers with an Executive Women’s Council that truly connects with employees. [VIDEO]
Avon builds on its heritage of working hard for working women.
Their improved apprenticeship program has proven to be an astounding success. [VIDEOS]
Campbell’s CEO acts on her passion to see women in senior roles.
A simple yet powerful way to accelerate gender diversity on corporate boards.
Supporting and retaining women through networks, mentors, and inclusive leadership.
A program focusing on recruiting women who have taken a career break.
Learn how a well-developed mentoring program helped create success for some of Kellogg's top talent.
The firm prioritizes women’s advancement, and the results speak for themselves.
Women in leadership will help secure the company's future.
Setting an ambitious goal focused this global firm on inclusion.
The company deliberately shaped their operation in India to attract women.
Prudential Financial Chairman and CEO John Strangfeld considers diversity to be both a differentiator and an essential component of the company’s culture.
The company is igniting impressive progress for women through its Culture of Inclusion.
After analyzing data from within their organization, Sodexo set an ambitious goal.
A D&I council headed by the CEO made all the difference.
Diverse perspectives are the norm, not the exception at the company.