Catalyst In the News

  • 5 Things You Need To Do To Get The Promotion You Deserve

    Catalysts's The Myth of the Ideal Worker: Does Doing All the Right Things Really Get Women Ahead?  is cited in this article about how to get a promotion you deserve.

    Forbes, by Bonnie Marcus

  • Battling Bias in Flexible-Work Arrangements

    Anna Beninger, Director, Research, is quoted in this article about gender bias in flexible-work arrangements, along with the mention of Catalyst's The Great Debate: Flexibility vs. Face Time.

    Human Resource Executive, by Matthew Brodsky

  • The Role of Men in Fostering Female Talent

    Michael J. Chamberlain, Vice President, Marketing, was featured as a guest blogger for Women Unlimited.

    Women Unlimited, by Michael J. Chamberlain

  • America's new CTO: What will open doors for women in tech?

    Catalyst is mentioned in this piece about women in technology.

    Fortune, by Megan Smith & Mary Grove

  • Women in the sciences still face obstacles to success

    Catalyst is mentioned in this piece about the barriers that are faced by women in the science industry.

    Columbia Spectator, by Laura Booth

  • Three reasons why Shinzo Abe thinks women will save Japan’s economy

    Catalyst’s Women on Boards Quicktake is cited in this piece about why Prime Minister Abe thinks women can save Japan’s economy.

    The Telegraph, by Lauren Davidson

  • Generational Spans in Talent – Baby Boomers, Millennials, & More

    Catalyst’s Generations in the Workplace Quicktake is cited in this piece about talent management across generations.

    CPP Blog Central

  • With Sawyer’s exit, TV news goes backward

    As Diane Sawyer steps down from ABC News, network news overall takes another step backwards. Catalyst is mentioned in this piece.

    The Courier-Post, by Susan Estrich

  • India’s health minister has some medieval ideas about women’s bodies

    Catalyst’s High Potentials Under High Pressure report is cited in this piece about India’s health minister.

    Quartz, by Diksha Madhok

  • 5 ways women can advance their careers by borrowing from men’s playbook

    This piece, which provides advice on how women can advance in their careers, features Catalyst’s How to Prepare Yourself for Corporate Board Service infographic.

    Columbus Business First, by Carrie Ghose