When Tragedy Strikes
Not only must you be prepared, you must establish a trusted time
When crisis strikes, will you be ready?
That is a question that every senior leader asks regularly. We like to think that we can be prepared when disaster or tragedy strikes, but will we be?
One such person who reflected on what it was like to face tragedy not once but twice was C.J. Price, a hospital administrator at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. On Nov. 27, 1963, he put down his thoughts in a memo about what it was like to have the eyes of the world on his hospital following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and death of Lee Harvey Oswald.
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