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Catalyst is a global nonprofit working with some of the world’s most powerful CEOs and leading companies to help build workplaces that work for women.
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CatalystInc 1h
Gender stereotypes create a no-win situation for women in leadership. It’s time to redefine what it means to be a leader to increase opportunities for women at all levels, professions, and walks of life. Learn more:
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Takeaways from on how companies can help employees navigate : Establish clear channels of communication throughout the company. Embrace any discomfort that may come with that. Be open to ALL feedback.
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3. What can do? ✔Support career development and improve process execution. ✔Increase transparency and communication to build a more open culture. ✔Provide mentoring and networking opportunities.
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2. What can do to create more inclusive cultures? ✔Examine and expose ✔Model behaviors ✔ both women and men ✔Share information on advancement opportunities ✔Provide visibility for protégés ✔Challenge group
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1. What can do to learn and better navigate their careers? ✔Build relationships and become visible. ✔Ask for feedback. ✔Observe what goes on in your organization, department, and team. ✔Pay it forward.
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Which do you wish you had known earlier in your career?
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Leveraging and and asking them for is one of the most effective approaches.
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These are 6 common strategies for learning in the workplace: 1. Mentoring/Feedback 2. Formal Coaching 3. Observation 4. Previous Work Experience 5. Communication with Members of Professional Networks 6. Trial and Error Which strategies have you used before?
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Many organizations are dominated by white men in senior leadership. That can leave and employees on the outside, which makes it more difficult to get the visibility they need to access the critical networks that expose .
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Catalyst research shows that exclusion from informal networks, lack of role models, and gender stereotypes are significant barriers to women’s advancement. Lack of access to networks = fewer sponsors, mentors, and visibility.
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Some are explicitly stated in organizational handbooks, performance procedures, or by senior leadership. Other rules are left implicit for employees to decipher on their own. Challenge: Not everyone has equal access to the maze of .
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The speakers are Joanna Duffett, Associate, Information Center, Catalyst, and , Negotiation & Leadership Coach, .
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Today's takes an in-depth look at navigating in the workplace. Follow along for the next hour for updates!
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"I want to create an environment in which we constantly think about providing opportunities that will add new, diverse talent," Peter Martyr, Global Chief Executive, .
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Marc B. Lautenbach, President & CEO, , on inviting everyone to the table and providing employees with opportunities to continuously expand their skills.
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In 23 countries, including Norway, Germany and Canada, there were no female chief executives. Women held 3.7 per cent of CEO positions worldwide, a proportion that has not changed over the past two years via
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Inclusive actions make a difference.
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"I fundamentally believe that when you build workplaces that work for women, you build stronger workplaces that work for all," Avi Kahn, President & CEO, .
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Four strategies for leaders and companies to reduce the harmful consequences of . Learn more:
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Despite the undue burden of , women and men of color persevere. They aspire to be influential leaders, obtain high ranking positions, and stay at the same company. Leaders must take action to attract and retain ALL talent.
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