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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 2h
"The gender has made incremental progress in recent years, but the gap is far from closing."
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Ready to take charge of your ? Keep our infographic handy for details on how to .
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After steps 1-5 you’ve done your homework, created a proposal, and pitched it. The hardest part is over! What’s next to ? 6. Follow-up: Agree on next steps and check in regularly to discuss progress. 7. Pay it forward: Share your experience with others!
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4. Develop it: Write a proposal for your manager. Spell out the goals and how the change will positively impact your performance and the organization. 5. Pitch it: Meet with your manager. Be prepared to answer questions and suggest alternatives.
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CatalystInc 3h
Tip to Negotiate your Role: 1. Get Clear: Identify your interests, priorities, and skills to develop. 2. Do Your Homework: Inform yourself on organizational strategy and goals. 3. Pick Others’ Brains: Learn from colleagues who have already negotiated their role.
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CatalystInc 3h
Those successful in reported greater access to P&L , saw themselves as more , and saw themselves as more likely to remain with their current company.
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CatalystInc 3h
" is like a State of the Union address, only it’s a State of YOU address, where you proclaim your plan to take your company to the next level as well as yourself," Risa Pappas, Catalyst. 🙌🏿🙌🏻🙌🏾
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CatalystInc 3h
Why negotiate your role? -To make your job more challenging & satisfying✔ -Gain access to career-accelerating “hot jobs"✔ -Be seen as anticipating the needs of your company✔ -Gain valuable insight to help inform future career choices✔
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This is discouraging and we hope that leaders and companies take action to change this. Today we are sharing that individuals can take to help advance their careers despite these disparities. It starts with .
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CatalystInc 3h
Findings from our on The Myth of the Ideal Worker: When women did all the things to get ahead—using the same tactics as men—they still advanced less than their male counterparts.
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CatalystInc 4h
In order to you have to identify your career strategy. What strategies do you use? Do you seek to advance in your current org? Scan the job market? Both? Our research found patterns and clustered them into 4 groups. Find out where you fit:
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CatalystInc 5h
Follow along today from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET for updates from our ! Catalyst's Risa Pappas and Afiya Lahens-Wallace will share tips on how you can negotiate your way to a more challenging and satisfying role.
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CatalystInc 6h
A new one-stop shop for our information and resources on women CEOs in S&P 500 and Fortune 500 companies.
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Catalyst's Dnika Travis is a speaker at the FT Women at the Top conference tomorrow (20 Sept) in London. We hope to see you there!
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A new study found that only 17 percent of senior roles are held by women in . This article has a few points on addressing the issue.
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CatalystInc 18h
"While female users are more likely to self-identify as conservative, in practice, the number of men and women who are willing to invest in riskier investments is nearly identical."
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Narrowing the gender gap would foster greater stability in the banking system and enhance economic growth, says new IMF report
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This new investment strategy allows investors to deploy capital in companies that have aligned their business practices with gender-diversity standards.
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This report from the World Health Organization offers a reminder that a more gender equal society is good for men’s health and well-being, too.
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CatalystInc 22h
Tips to build a culture of well-being and retain top talent.
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