Curated resources on diversity and inclusion

Gender Resources

A CEO's guide to gender equality

Progressive executives know that gender equality is not only the right thing to do but also the smart thing.

What you need to know about women at work

The role of women in the global workforce and the experiences of women in the workplace.

The Ripple Effect: Working Women Grow Economies

Working women can boost GDP.

Confronting the early-career gender gap

To create workplaces where young men and women progress equally into top-level business leaders, we must address a glaring gender disparity at the very first rung of the corporate ladder.

The route to true gender equality? Fix the system, not the women

It’s time to acknowledge that gender inequality must be fixed – but women don’t need to be.

LGBTQ+ Resources

Sexual Orientation in the Workplace

Highlighting problems experienced based on sexual orientation in the workplace.

Time to effect corporate change for LGBT+ employees

Confront the narrow perception that conformity is the route to success.

Getting the Language Right - The Transgender Conversation

Creating a workplace where all employees feel safe.

"Why fast-growing companies from emerging markets are embracing LGBT+ inclusion"

Strengthening the business case for LGBT+ inclusion, with a focus on emerging markets.

Avoiding Dysfunctional “Family” Traits: LGBTQ+ Generations in the Workplace

Defining generations in the workplace is sometimes easier said than done, especially now that five generations are coming together.

Inclusive Leadership Resources

Do I need a “Killer Instinct”?

People lose out by conforming to gender stereotypes. You need to develop a wider repertoire of styles crucial to leadership.


Championing inclusion by supporting others.

Bold and Inclusive Leadership: The Time is Now

A compelling business case why inclusive leaders will drive organizational growth in the twenty-first century.

The Athena Doctrine: Feminine Values are the Future

It is not men versus women, but the need to leverage both feminine and masculine values and traits to become a successful leader.

How the Best Bosses Interrupt Bias on Their Teams

Identifying ways that managers can counter bias without spending a lot of time.

POSH Resources

How can organizations recognize and redress sexual harassment at workplace

Guidelines that organizations can follow to enable the IC and its members to function effectively.

16 ways you can stand against rape culture

Rape culture is the social environment that allows sexual violence to be normalized and justified. Here are 16 ways you can do your part to stand against it!

The ABCDs of Observer Intervention in Sexual Harassment

Training observers to speak up for the targets of sexual harassment in the workplace.

Why workplace sexual harassment is about power

Mitigate power inequalities in organisations, since sexual harassment is about power.

The profound power of an authentic apology

What wrongdoers can do and say to truly repent — and offers a four-step roadmap to help begin the process of transformation.

Multi-Generation Resources

Trend Brief: Gendered Ageism (Catalyst, 2019)

In the workplace, age discrimination is becoming not only a liability concern but also a growing diversity issue.

What 'Meaningful Feedback' Means to Millennials

Talk with them, not about them.

Ageism at work starts earlier than you think

While ageism isn’t a new concept, its prevalence in the workforce today is a dangerous bias that often goes undiscussed.

How generational stereotypes hold us back at work

The Silent Generation, baby boomers, Generation X, millennials, Gen Z — we’re all in the workforce together.

What baby boomers can learn from millennials at work — and vice versa

Conley shows how age diversity makes companies stronger and calls for different generations to mentor each other at work, with wisdom flowing from old to young and young to old alike.

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