Asians constitute 60% of the world's population
Yet, many companies fall short in offering this high-performing group the training they need.
What's going wrong ?
That works well for most Americans, just not for Asian Americans. That's because...
Since only 17% of all American adults are immigrants, most American companies by Western norms.
To succeed, one must behave according to unwritten rules and norms by which most Americans were raised, but which are very different from the way most Asian Americans were raised.
Many well-meaning initiatives do not address the unique needs of Asian American talent. Research shows that when the programs fail, the trainees often end up marginalized, and stereotypes of Asians as lacking leadership skills end up further reinforced.
There is a more effective, efficient and equitable way...
Asian American Leadership Accelerator
Your Asian talent has unique development needs. Enable them to contribute fully to your organization's goals and aspirations.
Fully tailored resources
Immersive and social
Joy Chen 陈愉
As a child of immigrants, I know how it feels to be an outsider. After many awkward encounters and with the help of key mentors, I've now worked at the top of 3 industries on 3 continents.
- At age 31, I was appointed Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles, where I led the upskilling and integration of a workforce speaking 90+ languages.
- Then, I became an executive search leader at Heidrick & Struggles, and for 7 years found CEOs and Board members for Fortune 500 companies.
- Then, I started a careers blog, which went viral –in China, launching me there as a leadership guru and founder of a global training company which served millions.
Now, I'm back in the USA.
And I'm here to help you develop leaders who leverage the full power and potential of all your people.