Whether you’re an employer posting a job or a job seeker looking for one, it’s important to be aware of how certain words in a job description can reflect an organization’s culture and values.
It’s no secret that women face barriers on their way to the top. The good news? Many or even most of these barriers in the workplace are unintended. The bad news? Many people don’t even realize they are inherently biased, which is what can create these barriers in the first place.
Future of Work
What does the [email protected] look like for women? That’s what over 800 business leaders came to discuss at the 2019 Catalyst Awards Conference on March 14 at the New York Hilton Midtown. Catalyst Award-winning organizations, Supporters, diversity and inclusion experts, business leaders, and others gathered to share their visions and actions for…
Take one 15-year-old student. Add her Chief Technology Officer (CTO) father to the mix. Ask them how we can help women succeed in science- and technology-related professions…and stand well back…
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
This blended-learning curriculum empowers leaders with the skills they need to build more inclusive workplaces.