Catalyst research is the foundation of all our solutions for creating equitable workplaces. We examine today’s work environments and employees’ experiences in them. We track representation of women in corporate leadership and determine the root causes of gender gaps. We use fact-based, scientific methods—including longitudinal panels and large-scale field studies—to explore barriers and measure success. Whether you’re looking for numbers, ideas, or solutions, Catalyst has what you need. It’s why Catalyst is the most-trusted resource for knowledge on gender and inclusive leadership in the business.
What Is Gender Partnership (Infographic)
Learn how to do the internal and external work to become a better gender partner in your workplace.
Interrupting Sexism Is Not Up for Debate (Webinar Recording)
This dialogue, based on recent research, will explore how masculine anxiety and interrupting sexism are linked.
Gender Partnership: What, Why, How (Tool)
This tool explains what gender partnership is, why it's important for people of all genders, and how to implement this strategy.
Benevolent Sexism: Flip the Script (Infographic)
Have you ever tried to defend a woman coworker? You may have unintentionally sabotaged her instead. Learn about benevolent sexism.
Men Interrupting Sexism: A View from 12 Countries
What can organizations do to help men become better partners in the struggle against workplace sexism?
How To Tackle Negative Workplace Climates (Tool)
Learn to identify the symptoms of three negative organizational conditions found to impact men’s decisions not to interrupt sexism.
Europe Catalyst Talks : Managers Matter!
Engaging Men: Barriers and Gender Norms (Report)
For men to be effective advocates for change, we must understand gender norms and personal barriers that can undermine progress.
Engaging Men: Journey Toward Equity (Report)
By engaging men in equity and inclusion conversations, organizations can create a sustaining culture that truly lives out those values.
How Parexel Won the Catalyst Award
Representation of women in senior leadership at Parexel increased across each job band level globally between 2014 and 2021.
When Managers Are Open, Men Feel Heard and Interrupt Sexism (Report)
Managers are uniquely positioned to make men feel their voices are welcome and to contribute to a culture of openness.
Masculinity at Work Questionnaire (Tool)
Answer these thought-provoking questions to become more aware of how expectations for men’s behavior affect you and your colleagues.
Getting Real About Gender Partnerships (Webinar Recording)
Listen to panelists as they debunk myths about gender equity in the workplace and show how everyone benefits from true gender partnership. They also explore best practices on how to build inclusive workplaces for all genders.
CatalystX Discussion Facilitation Guide – Advancing Equity and Inclusion Through Gender Partnership (Tool)
This Supporter-only post-course discussion facilitation guide is for organizations to drive home learnings from the CatalystX course, Advancing Equity and Inclusion Through Gender Partnership.
What Encourages Men to Interrupt Sexism? (Webinar Recording)
Everyday sexism exists in workplaces worldwide. Catalyst’s Interrupting Sexism research series sheds light on the important role organizations play.
Masculine Anxiety and Interrupting Sexism at Work (Report)
Learn what masculine anxiety is and how it links to interrupting or not interrupting sexism in the workplace.
Men’s Stories of Interrupting Sexism (Report)
Men committed to gender advocacy share their stories and insights. Available in English and French.
Getting to Know MARC (Practices)
MARC—Men Advocating Real Change—is a Catalyst initiative that inspires men to leverage their unique opportunity and responsibility to be advocates for equity.
Organizations Can Build Gender Equity Advocates (Infographic)
Organizations must work to create an environment that empowers all employees to be advocates. The Catalyst advocacy continuum shows how.
Individuals Can Become Gender Equity Advocates (Infographic)
Anyone can be an advocate for gender equity. Advocacy involves humble listening, learning from one another, reflecting, and exerting effort.