Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias exists in each person’s world view, affecting our behavior from the classroom to the workplace. We don’t necessarily feel it, but many of those around us do. As a result, unconscious bias creates barriers to inclusion, performance, engagement, and, ultimately, innovation. And while we cannot completely rid ourselves of unconscious bias, learning how to mitigate its impact is a skill that everyone can learn.

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Unconscious Bias

Interrupt Unconscious Bias: Become an Inclusive Leader

This Catalyst Roundtable is hosted by OpenText, delivered by Interweave, and powered by Catalyst.

STEM

Knowledge Burst: A Code for the Future—Retaining Women in STEM

In this 10-minute Knowledge Burst, learn how to retain more women in STEM by giving inclusive feedback.

Inclusion

Knowledge Burst: Running More Inclusive Meetings

Learn how you can run a more productive, inclusive meeting and get better decision-making with less groupthink.

Pay Equity

A Woman on the Partner Track: What I Learned About Bias, Gender, and the Need for Change

The roots of gender inequality in the workplace are deep, outdated, and often hidden or unconscious.  Let's challenge them. Read…

Future of Work

Inside the 2019 Catalyst Awards: Highlights From the Day

What does the [email protected] look like for women? That’s what over 800 business leaders came to discuss at the 2019 Catalyst Awards…

Unconscious Bias

Artificial Intelligence: The New Frontier for Confronting Gender Bias

These tech startups are using AI to try to make gender bias in the workplace a thing of the past.…

Unconscious Bias

IWD 2019: What “Balance for Better” Means to Me

Catalyst CEO Lorraine Hariton reflects on the power of words to change the balance.

Inclusion

Webinar Recording: International Women’s Day 2019

Over the course of this webinar, we shared information you and your organization can use to create a more inclusive…

Unconscious Bias

Catalyst Launches #BiasCorrect Campaign to Tackle Unconscious Gender Bias in the Workplace on International Women’s Day

“Words can be barriers to women’s advancement. It’s time for action this International Women’s Day." —Lorraine Hariton, President, CEO, Catalyst…

Inclusion

Accelerating Inclusion in Western Canada Every Day

Learn what Catalyst is doing to help organizations accelerate inclusion in Western Canada.

Unconscious Bias

Infographique: Brisez le cycle

Éliminer les biais liés au genre dans les systèmes de gestion des talents.

Webinar: International Women’s Day

Join this webinar to learn how you and your organization can create a more inclusive workplace for all individuals. Read…

Unconscious Bias

Sharing Failures Leads To Learning Opportunities For All

In the spirit of a new year and a fresh start, some Catalyst thought leaders share stories of failure and…

Talent Management Practices

Five Things You Need To Know About Our New “Break The Cycle” Toolkit

Learn about Catalyst's newest toolkit, Break the Cycle—Eliminating Gender Bias in Talent Management Systems.

Manager Development

Tool: Break the Cycle—Managers: Eliminating Gender Bias in Development Opportunities

Managers: Learn how to ensure you are giving equal access to “hot jobs” by downloading this Supporter-only tool.

Unconscious Bias

Tool: Break the Cycle—Senior Leaders: Self-Assessment and Action Plan

Senior Leaders: Learn more about setting the right tone with your behavior by downloading this Supporter-only tool.

Unconscious Bias

Infographic: Break the Cycle—Eliminating Gender Bias in Talent Management Systems

Download this infographic to learn how gender bias can seep into your talent management system.

Talent Management Practices

Tool: Break the Cycle—HR Experts: Eliminating Gender Bias From the Recruitment Process

HR Experts: Learn more about how to revamp your current methods by downloading this Supporter-only tool.

Unconscious Bias

Infographic: The Double-Bind Dilemma for Women in Leadership

Gender stereotypes and the “think leader, think male” mindset create a no-win situation for women leaders. 

Unconscious Bias

Infographique: La double contrainte des femmes en matière de leadership

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