Women in Leadership

High-potential women advance more slowly than their male peers, in terms of both career progression and pay, even though they employ career management strategies similar to men’s. Organizations that neglect this critical talent-management issue risk lagging their competitors in attracting, developing, and retaining the best candidates to serve as the next generation of leaders.

  • NEW YORK– What makes a leader effective? Sound decision-making, knowing how to manage people, taking charge, and inspiring others to achieve goals are a few of the qualities. But helping others develop their full potential is also an integral part of successful leadership. According to a new...

    Date: 2012
    Region: Global
  • Catalyst Canada Honours Champions and Emerging Leaders exemplify what it means to be an inclusive leader whose intentional actions result in accelerated progress for women through workplace inclusion.

  • Learn more about pay equity and Equal Pay Day, which is the date that women have to work to in order to earn the same amount of pay that men earned the previous year.

  • Find all of Catalyst's resources on gender diversity on corporate boards in one place.