Manager Development

We’ve all heard the saying, “People don’t leave companies, they leave managers.” Effective managers keep their employees by making them feel valued, developing their skills, and creating a culture where employees are able to thrive. These behaviors don’t come naturally to everyone. Our tools and trainings can help managers learn and practice the inclusive leadership skills they need to be successful in the 21st-century.

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Unconscious Bias

Infographic: How to Combat Unconscious Bias as an Individual

Find out how you can minimize your own unconscious bias in the workplace.

Unconscious Bias

Infographic: What is Unconscious Bias?

We all have unconscious biases. Learn more about how they work and how you can overcome them.

Unconscious Bias

Infographic: How to Combat Unconscious Bias as a Leader in Your Organization

Leaders can be role models demonstrating how to thoughtfully change behavior to overcome unconscious bias.

India

Webinar: Active Bystander, Active Self—Taking Effective Action

Join us for this webinar to gain a better understanding of what it means to be a bystander—how to intervene,…

Board Diversity

Infographic: Catalyst Accord 2022—What Gets Measured Gets Done

Catalyst Accord signatories are seeing measurable results at their organizations.

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.

Sexual Harassment

Knowledge Burst: Workplaces After #MeToo

Are you unsure how to interact with female colleagues after #MeToo? This Knowledge Burst will help you start dialogues. Read…

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.

Inclusion

Learn How to Run Inclusive Meetings in 10 Minutes

Try out our new Catalyst Knowledge Bursts with this preview on running more inclusive meetings.

Sexual Harassment

Knowledge Burst: Bystander Intervention—How You Can Stop Sexual Harassment at Work

Explore this 10-minute Knowledge Burst to learn how you can intervene when you see sexual harassment happening.

MARC

Build Teams on Cultural Contribution, Not Cultural Fit

Strategies for building awareness, participating effectively, and accelerating progress on gender balance.

Manager Development

Speakers Bureau

Catalyst speakers will engage your audiences in a variety of ways, including keynote speeches, presentations, and panel discussions.

Manager Development

Knowledge Bursts

Use these interactive micro-tools to quickly upskill employees on inclusive behaviors.

Inclusion

Catalyst Inclusion Accelerator

The groundbreaking Catalyst Inclusion Accelerator is the premier diagnostic tool to evaluate and monitor how teams and employees are experiencing…

Talent Management Practices

Webinar Recording: 5 Actions Managers Can Take to Break the Gender Bias Cycle – Asia-Pacific

This webinar recording outlines the five actions managers can take to break the cycle of gender bias in development opportunities.…

Manager Development

Leading With Inclusion Workshops

This blended-learning curriculum empowers leaders with the skills they need to build more inclusive workplaces.

Manager Development

CatalystX Online Courses

Join CatalystX, in partnership with edX, in a series of online courses on how to become an inclusive leader. Read…

Inclusion

Infographic: Flip the Script: Respond With Heart, Not Harm, in Tough Conversations

Respond with heart by staying engaged when discussing difficult topics, which helps to work collaboratively across differences.

Inclusion

Infographic: Flip the Script: Create Connections, Not Conflict, in Tough Conversations

Create opportunities for connections by using words that invite different perspectives and help people feel heard and valued.

LGBTQ+

Infographic: Flip the Script: Sexual Orientation in the Workplace

Stop using these common words and focus on performance and outcomes instead.