The Asian’s Glass Ceiling In America with Buck Gee

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There is an implicit bias in America that Asian men and women are not fit to be leaders. Buck Gee, a Chinese-American and retired executive for Cisco, Andiamo Systems, and Silicon Valley, talks about the Asian glass ceiling in America. Taking us to an article he’s written on Harvard Business Review, “Asian Americans Are the Least Likely Group in the US to be Promoted to Management,” Buck discusses this misconception as well as how Asian-Americans can learn to value and develop their executive-level skills. Buck has created the Advanced Leadership Program for Asian Working Executives at the Stanford Business School which aims to teach leadership and what it’s like being a CEO. Discover and understand more as Buck shares why working hard is not everything and why organization success is important.

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