Founded in 2011, Catalyst’s office in India is a community composed of leading corporations and professional firms committed to accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion in corporate India. With insights from its highly regarded research, solution-based tools, convening events, global staff and Supporters, and the India Advisory Board, we work to build a robust pipeline of current and future leaders in India Inc.
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Webinar: How to Apply for the 2020 Catalyst Award – Asia-Pacific
Join us for a webinar where the Catalyst Award Committee will walk interested applicants through the nomination process for the…
The Day-To-Day Experience of Workplace Inclusion and Exclusion—Mumbai
At this event, participants from global organizations in India discussed workplace inclusion.
Webinar: 5 Actions Managers Can Take to Break the Gender Bias Cycle—Asia-Pacific
This webinar outlines the five actions managers can take to break the cycle of gender bias in development opportunities. Read…
Catalyst Announces 2019 Award Winners: Bank of America, Deutsche Post DHL Group, Eli Lilly and Company, and Schneider Electric Honored for Accelerating Progress for Women in the Workplace
Award-winning company leaders will receive their honors at the 2019 Catalyst Awards Dinner, chaired by Michael K. Wirth, Chairman & CEO,…
Quick Take: Women in the Workforce—Global
In many countries, women account for 40% or more of the total labor force.
Quick Take: Generations—Demographic Trends in Population and Workforce
This Quick Take has revealing information about different generations in the workforce worldwide.
Quick Take: Women in Management
What's the status of women in senior management and leadership positions around the world?
Quick Take: Women in the Workforce—India
An overview of working women in India, including stats on demographics, education, and diversity.
Quick Take: Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
Although prohibited in many countries, sex discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace still occur.
Pitney Bowes: Helping Women Push Boundaries, Achieve Dreams
Pitney Bowes is not the largest tech player in India, but they are playing in the big leagues—and winning—when it…
Genpact Career 2.0: Helping Talented Women Return To Work
Genpact President and CEO NV “Tiger” Tyagarajan firmly believes a couple of things when it comes to gender diversity in…
Quick Take: Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
Data and sources for women in STEM industries in Australia, Canada, Europe, India, Japan, and the United States.
Quick Take: Women in Academia
Find data and sources about women in academic careers in Australia, Canada, Europe, India, Japan, and the United States. Read…
Quick Take: Working Parents
How do family composition and paid leave for parents compare around the world?
Catalyst’s 2016 D&I Logues Conference to Focus on Generating Positive Organizational Change Through Inclusive Leadership
On September 29, Catalyst, the global expert on accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion, will host its second D&I…
Catalyst Statement on the Latest Amendments to India’s Maternity Benefits Act
Catalyst, the global expert on accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion, is deeply concerned that the percentage of women…
Catalyst World Watch India: Three Important Issues We’re Following In India This Month
It is clear that conversations in India are moving toward creating a more inclusive environment. India is seeing a number…
#NationalMentoring Month: Key Elements to a Successful Mentor Relationship
In this installment of our National Mentoring Month series Manvi Pant, a CRM professional at A.T. Kearney in India, shares…
Five Ways To Make India Inc. More Inclusive Of Women
Catalyst's new report, India Inc.: From Intention to Impact, clearly highlights intentional leadership actions as essential to moving India Inc.…
APJ Abdul Kalam: Humility In Leadership
India’s former president APJ Abdul Kalam, who died on July 27, 2015, had a leadership style many would do well…