Diversity and inclusion programs can fail when the people leading them are improperly trained, assumptions are made about people's cultural values and top leadership neglects to set a good example, writes Yale leadership professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld. "Measuring the progress of these programs is difficult, but doable -- and critical," he writes.
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