Women in Leadership

High-potential women advance more slowly than their male peers, in terms of both career progression and pay, even though they employ career management strategies similar to men’s. Organizations that neglect this critical talent-management issue risk lagging their competitors in attracting, developing, and retaining the best candidates to serve as the next generation of leaders.

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    Webinar Recording: International Women's Day—Transforming Global Workplaces

    Speakers Joan Wales, Head of Safety & Operational Risk (S&OR) and Other Business & Corporate (OB&C), BP International Ltd., and Anu Sarkar, Regional Lead Diversity (APAC), Talent & Development, Deutsche Bank AG, discuss issues facing women in the workplace around the world.

    Date: March 20, 2014
    Region: Global
  • Women in Australia

    Get vital information about women in Australian society and business.

    Region: Australia

  • Report
    Women Leading Business: The 2013 Israeli Census Report on Women's Representation in Tel Aviv 100 Index Companies

    Find out how many women hold TA-100 executive positions, board seats, and CEO positions.

    Date: March 8, 2014
  • International Women’s Day: The Power of Improving Women’s Standing

    Citing the Ripple Effect, Emily Troiano, author of the Women in the World reprot is quoted on the global benefit of supporting women.

    The Glasshammer, by Tina Vasquez

  • Meet the Women CEOs of the Fortune 500

    Women break barriers, yet men still hold top positions. Fortune 500 is cited and Brande Stellings a Catalyst Vice President is quoted.  

    Wall Street Journal, by Rani Molla

  • Québec détient la plus haute proportion de femmes membres de CA

    Story looks at FP Census in Quebec with quotes from Alex Johnston, executive director of Catalyst Canada and discusses Catalyst intiations, the accord and women on boards.

    les affairs, by Deborah Cherenfant

  • Don Cayo: Women still marginalized in Canadian boardrooms

    Financial Post 500 Census cited to show that women still marginalized in Canadian boardrooms.

    The Vancouver Sun, by Don Cayo

  • Conseils d'administration: les femmes avancent péniblement

    Financial Post 500 Census cited and Alex Johnston quoted.

    Les Affaires, by Les Affaires