Research

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.

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Webinar Recording: Equity in the Workplace

Webinar Recording: Rockwell Automation’s Culture of Inclusion

Learn more about how Rockwell Automation's Culture of Inclusion programming evolved over the years.

Webinar Recording: Nationwide’s Catalyst for Change Associate Exchanges

Explore Nationwide’s Catalyst for Change Associate Exchanges as part of the series of webinars from our Catalyst Supporters.

Webinar Recording: Bank of America’s Let’s Get Real…® courageous conversations

Hear from Bank of America on how they successfully implemented a program in 2015 to address conversations on race.

Employee Resource Groups

Webinar Recording: Driving LGBTQ+ Inclusion During the Disruption: The Strategic Advantage of ERGs

Webinar Recording: Catalyst Community: Medtronic Winner Spotlight —“Igniting Women to Lead Through the Medtronic Women’s Network.”

Webinar Recording: Future Workplaces that Work for Women: Five Strategies in the Covid-19 Era

Hear an overview of the Catalyst Report, Covid-19: Women, Equity, and Inclusion in the Future of Work, from our researchers.

Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Webinar Recording: Leading with Resiliency: Celebrating Asian Heritage

Learn more recommendations and best practices to combat racism in the workplace from Asian Women Leaders.

Webinar Recording: Catalyst Community: Deloitte Winner Spotlight—“Inspiring Women.”

This webinar highlights global leaders discussing Deloitte's 2020 Catalyst Award winning initiative - "Inspiring Women."

Webinar Recording: MARC Talks Mental Fitness: Being an Advocate for Inclusion in Challenging Times

What are the “saboteurs” that can send us defaulting back into our biases or other non-constructive behaviors?

Webinar Recording: Catalyst Community: Unilever Winner Spotlight “Changing the Game, Unlocking the Future” Then, Now, and in the New Normal

Covid-19

Webinar Recording: Prioritizing Workplace Mental Health During and After the Crisis

Covid-19

Webinar Recording: Now Is The Moment for Inclusive Leadership

How can we collectively work to create a more inclusive workplace culture and society during this disruption?

Future of Work

Webinar Recording: Being Intentional About Inclusion in Flexible and Remote Work

Covid-19

Webinar Recording: Catalyst Community: Navigating These Uncertain Times, A Global Perspective

Unconscious Bias

Webinar Recording: International Women’s Day 2020: Now Is The Moment To #BiasCorrect

International Women’s Day (IWD) is an annual day of awareness-building and celebration, dedicated to accelerating the progress of women’s social,…

Inclusion

Webinar Recording: How to Apply for the 2021 Catalyst Award

Learn more as our Award Co-Chairs share insights about the process to submit an application for the Catalyst Awards.

Emotional Tax

Webinar Recording: Intersecting Identities and the Impact of Emotional Tax

Learn the effects of the intersecting dimensions of difference, explore tools and tips to reduce the consequences of Emotional Tax.

Sponsorship and Mentoring

Webinar Recording: Strategies for Career Advancement: The Importance of Sponsorship

In this webinar, Lorraine Hariton and Deborah Borda discuss their respective careers and share strategies for securing sponsors.

Engaging Men

Webinar Recording: When Do People Intervene?

In this webinar, you will see the conditions whereby people intervene and learn what it looks like when they do.