A motivated and engaged workforce in higher and further education creates an energised and motivated student cohort. Our approach uses research-based tools for staff, faculty, researchers, and students across all levels including professional services, doctoral training centres, early career researchers, as well as research and leadership teams.
Foster awareness and recognition of an inclusive academic and research community
Increase staff and student engagement
Catalyse new inclusion practices and behaviours in academic and research environments
Helping each person see what they could do, most easily, to make a difference to others
Improve student outcomes
Practical insights into Managing Your Supervisor, using CliftonStrengths. Dive into an interactive and enjoyable workshop that empowers early career researchers with:
Katalytik director, Jan Peters has been driving change in this area for over 20 years. Innovating and driving new ways of thinking through action research. Since 2010 she has worked with UCL Engineering threading inclusion across the award-winning Integrated Engineering Programme.
She is a thought leader and change agent that continues to add to the strategies and actions to build an inclusive culture she first outlined in the Designing Inclusive Engineering Education Report. This has led to the Inclusive Engineering Manifesto and Katalytik’s signature RISE methodology.