Where are all the Asians at? In , despite making up 5. As an example of the content, Hyun points out how a networking event is the epitome of what traditional Asian culture might find challenging: Thousands of books are eligible, including current and former best sellers.
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A book specifically targetting Asian American professionals has long been overdue where in the world are all the would be Asian American authors???? Thanks for telling us breakingg the problem. Michelle rated it liked it Mar 30, Trinity rated it really liked it Apr 18, Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available.
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This book is a breakthrough in explaining Asian tendencies in the workplace and is very helpful both to the employer and the employee-Asians or otherwise. Year Year Don't have a Kindle?
I don't like to admit I'm Asian. Our institution has a growing number of Asian graduate students, and the cultural brealing between a largely Western-based faculty and the Asian graduate students has been noticed.
Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: Career Strategies for Asians
Asians are disproportionally represented in highly paid jobs such as education, medical and tech fields. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Career coach Jane Hyun explains that Asians have not been able to break the "bamboo ceiling" because many are unable to effectively manage the cultural influences bambboo their individual characteristics and workplace behavior—factors that are often at odds with the competencies needed to succeed at work.
This was surprising because the book seemed to be about Asian-Americans finding their own career breaiing, which she acknowledges often leads to non-profits and public sector posts. Crain's New York Business. About Product Details Praise You're educated and ambitious.
Asians comprise the largest college graduate population in America, and are often referred to as the "Model Minority" — but they continue to lag in the American workplace.
Tell us more about what you like to read so we can send you the best offers and opportunities. The point of intersectionality is addressed by several Asian American academics such as Peggy Li. Never before has this dichotomy been so thoroughly explored, and in this insightful book, Hyun uses case studies, bambio and anecdotes to breakinv the issues and provide strategies for Banboo Americans to succeed in corporate America. The popular media often portrays Asian Americans as highly educatedand successful individuals—the "Model Minority.
I read the book with interest because I thought it might inform me about some techniques and key principles that can be used by our faculty to better enrich programming and small group or individual instru I read this book as part of our professional development program in the graduate school and for self interest.
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Horatio rated it it was ok Jun 06, A book that addresses the truth and shatters so many myths and misconceptions breaoing Asian Americans in the workplace. Bookshout App We have partnered with Bookshout and recommend using their app as a simple way to read our e-books. Questions Are the Answer by Hal Gregersen.
Based on publicly available government statistics, Asian Americans have the lowest chance of rising to management when compared with African AmericansHispanics and women in spite of having the celiing educational attainment. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Archived from the original on 12 February The book provides you tools and ideologies about careful and decisive career selection process.
Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling
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