“Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is no longer just about who is doing the work: it’s also about what we’re working on, when, where, why, and how. No matter what question you’re asking at work, make sure to answer it through the lens of DEI. This is an opportunity for us to set new standards that will develop and include new talent, audiences, and consumers.”
From reports to infographics to tools, these popular Catalyst pieces from the last decade helped raise awareness and drive the conversation around diversity and inclusion for women, people of color, and the LGBTQ+ community.
“Companies that are going to be successful are adapting now. Technology is changing and enabling us to get the best talent.” –Lorraine Hariton, Catalyst President and CEO
Recently Catalyst held an invitation-only Women and the Future of Work Symposium, hosted by Catalyst Supporter Lockheed Martin. During the three-day event, leaders came together to examine the challenges, risks, and opportunities of the future of work for women. This includes the why, the what and the how, providing participants with a full agenda for their organizations. Read up on the 11 biggest takeaways and how you can ensure your organization is adapting before it’s too late.
The Catalyst CEO Champions For Change is a group of 60+ CEOs pledging to advance more women into all levels of leadership. These leaders are drawing a line in the sand and publicly committing to advance more women, including women of color, into senior leadership positions and onto their boards. Learn more.