Engaging Men

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.

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Engaging Men

Men With Open, Inclusive Managers Are More Likely to Interrupt Sexism (Media Release)

New Catalyst research on men in Europe finds 62% experiencing high levels of manager openness would likely interrupt sexist comments.

Engaging Men

Japan Roundtable: Engaging Men in Gender Diversity

Hear male leaders discuss what their roles are and how they can effectively use their influence to promote DEI.

Engaging Men

Instagram Live: Masculinity and Men’s Mental Health in the Workplace

A conversation between Catalyst’s Ludo Gabriele, Senior Director, MARC Branding, and Mark Hedstrom, US Country Director of the Movember Foundation,…

Engaging Men

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.

Engaging Men

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Engaging Men

Interrupting Sexism In The Workplace

What drives men to interrupt sexism in the workplace or do nothing? What role do organizational culture and socialization play?…

Engaging Men

Effective Gender Partnership in The Workplace

Join us as we unpack what it means to create effective gender partnership in the workplace.

Engaging Men in Equity and Inclusion

Join us as we explore the importance and the implications of engaging men as partners in equity and inclusion.

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MARC Momentum Archive

MARC Momentum explores workplace issues about men’s role in gender equity. View the archive of previous newsletters here.

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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…

Engaging Men

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…

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MARC Leadership Learning Series

Engages leaders (Directors and above) in a series of facilitated virtual workshops and self-guided learning designed to deepen understanding, enhance…

Organizational Culture Change

5 Must-Read Books on Workplace DEI (Blog Post)

Catalyst's Kim Doyle recommends books on diversity, equity, and inclusion for people in various stages of their DEI journey.

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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.

Engaging Men

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.

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Men Experiencing “Masculine Anxiety” Reluctant to Interrupt Sexism (Media Release)

Catalyst study reveals that the distress men experience when grappling with rigid masculine standards links with reluctance to interrupt sexism.

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Men’s Stories of Interrupting Sexism (Report)

Men committed to gender advocacy share their stories and insights. Available in English and French.

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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…

Catalyst's #Biascorrect Campaign for International Women’s Day (Media Release)

Campaign provides virtual backgrounds to call out bias in the workplace.