Since 1987, the Catalyst Award has honored innovative organizational approaches with proven, measurable results that address the recruitment, development, and advancement of all women, including diverse women. Over its 31-year history, the Award has recognized 91 initiatives across a wide range of industries and from companies around the world. Though the Catalyst Award has evolved since 1987, one of its enduring philosophies is an emphasis on progress over perfection—award-winning initiatives must demonstrate measurable change in advancing women and other diverse groups and in creating more inclusive work environments.
In this webinar, Laura Sabattini, PhD, Vice President, Research, and Chair, Catalyst Award Evaluation Committee, and Liz Mulligan-Ferry, Director, Research, moderated a discussion about sustaining successful diversity and inclusion models, focusing specifically on three previous Catalyst Award-winning initiatives. Listen to this webinar recording to hear from D&I leaders from The Coca-Cola Company (2013 winner), Commonwealth Bank of Australia (2012 winner), and Kimberly-Clark Corporation (2014 winner). You’ll learn what these organizations have been up to since winning the Catalyst Award, including successes as well as how they’ve overcome challenges in sustaining momentum and evolving their inclusion work.