Participants in the Asian American Executive Program
Asian American Executive Program

Asian American Executive Program

Develop global leadership skills to advance your career as we focus on effective training for high-achieving Asian American executives.

Curriculum. Confidence. Connections. Community. In six intense days, you’ll learn global business leadership skills from Stanford GSB faculty. You’ll meet successful Asian American leaders and hear personal stories from the C-suite.

​You’ll have a unique opportunity to build a strong community based on shared experiences, and develop a personal action plan to transform classroom learning into personal and professional success.

Stanford’s Asian American Executive Program is the first of its kind to address the gap in effective training for high-achieving Asian American executives.

Learn how to lead cross-functional teams to compete for tomorrow’s global assignments. Develop personal strategies for building power and influence. Recognize Asian and Western cultural biases and competencies. And find out how to get more of what you want.

Key Benefits

Gain the skills, confidence, and connections you need to succeed personally and professionally.
  • Understand expectations for leadership in the C-suite.
  • Achieve better results through more effective use of influence, negotiations, and communications.
  • Learn how to lead in dynamic and uncertain competitive environments.
  • Manage cross-functional teams to succeed on a global scale.
  • Develop a broad network of executive peers.
  • Build professional and personal relationships with peers who face similar challenges and opportunities.
  • Connect with a vital network of professionals through access to guest speakers from Fortune 500 companies and our partnership with Ascend.

Who Should Attend

  • Asian American executives with 10 to 15 years of professional experience in U.S. or global companies, from a wide range of industries. Most participants hold titles of senior vice president, vice president, director, partner, or above.
  • Participants who are interested in advancing Asian American leadership in business

02 Aug 2020 – 07 Aug 2020

Format

In-person|Stanford GSB
Full-time

Qualified candidates are admitted on a rolling, space-available basis. Early applications are encouraged.

Deadline

19 Jun 2020

Program Fee

US $13,000

The program fee includes tuition, private accommodations, all meals, and course materials.

Payment is due upon admission. Your space is secured upon receipt of full payment.

Scholarship opportunities are available to qualified participants this year. Funding and allocation of these scholarships are solely managed by Ascend, an external non-profit Asian organization to Stanford University.

Awarded

​Certificate of completion

Contact

Claire Coyle
Associate Director, Programs
Executive Education
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​Get an inside look at the Asian American Executive Program — a unique personal leadership program for Asian American executives — and hear how it has transformed the lives and careers of past participants.

Learn More About the Program

Curriculum

Explore our carefully designed curriculum, and go deeper with select course descriptions or a sample schedule.

Application Requirements

Review all eligibility requirements, and learn about the application process.

Participant Profile

Learn more about our past participants, and find out if the program is right for you.

Faculty Leadership

Seungjin Whang
  • Director, Asian American Executive Program
  • Co-Director, Stanford-NUS Executive Program in International Management

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