Gender equality is not just a women’s issue—men also lose out when workplaces are gender-biased. Catalyst’s ground-breaking research on men offers unique insights about men’s career experiences, how to engage them as full partners in creating gender-inclusive workplaces, and solutions rooted in a holistic understanding of how gender affects men’s and women’s behaviors and outcomes in the workplace. Our unique MARC (Men Advocating Real Change) initiative is a community of men and women committed to gender partnership
Infographic: Organizations Can Build Gender Equity Advocates
Organizations must work to create an environment that empowers all employees to be advocates. The Catalyst advocacy continuum shows how.…
Infographic: Individuals Can Become Gender Equity Advocates
Anyone can be an advocate for gender equity. Advocacy involves humble listening, learning from one another, reflecting, and exerting effort.…
Newsletter: Break Out of the “Man Box” in 2021
This interactive virtual workshop enables managers and mid-level employees to reflect on their contribution to advancing equity and inclusion. Read…
This online course provides employees of all levels with a compact introduction to MARC and the topic of gender partnership.…
MARC Executive Dialogue
Executives will focus on enhancing their leadership credibility as they build organizational equity and inclusion.
Newsletter: What Does “Redefine Masculinity” Really Mean?
Newsletter: Is it Okay for Men to Not Be Okay?
Engaging Men: Ask Catalyst Express
Data about how engaging men as allies, mentors, and sponsors are essential to workplace gender parity initiatives.
Newsletter: How Men Can Counter a Climate of Silence
Welcome to MARC Momentum This is a newsletter you can use to make a difference. Each month, you’ll get everything…
Case Study: Enbridge Inc.—Diversity Dashboard
Learn how Enbridge Inc. is working to increase the representation of women across the company through accountability and transparency. Read…
What Makes It Hard to Interrupt Sexism at Work?
New Catalyst research includes candid stories of men frustrated about their workplace climate.
Des facteurs organisationnels et un sentiment de pouvoir personnel sont des éléments qui incitent les hommes à intervenir pour interrompre le sexisme
Des facteurs organisationnels et un sentiment de pouvoir personnel sont des éléments qui incitent les hommes à intervenir pour interrompre…
Organizational Factors and Personal Agency Influence Men’s Willingness to Interrupt Sexism
New Catalyst research highlights that men’s personal agency determines whether or not they respond directly.
Les cultures combatives empêchent les hommes d'interrompre le sexisme (Infographie)
Découvrez ce qu'est une culture combative et comment les dirigeants peuvent créer des lieux de travail plus inclusifs.
Combative Cultures Prevent Men from Interrupting Sexism (Infographic)
Combative cultures prevent men from interrupting sexism at work. Learn about combative cultures and how leaders can build inclusive workplaces.…
Why Don’t Men Challenge Workplace Sexism?
Catalyst's Negin Sattari discusses new research on what impacts men’s decisions to interrupt sexism at work—and how that plays out…
La Mayoría de los Hombres Encuestados Quieren Interrumpir el Sexismo; Sienten Seguros de Hacerlo
Investigación de Catalyst muestra que el "clima de silencio" determina cómo responden los hombres al sexismo.
Most Men Surveyed Want to Interrupt Sexism; Fewer Feel Confident
New Catalyst research shows “climate of silence” determines how men respond to sexism in the workplace.