Google+ Consumer Psyche: Crisis Heroes


Sunday, January 18, 2009

Crisis Heroes

Flight 1549 apparently flew into a flock of geese, disabling at least one engine, according to MSNBC. Authorities quickly reported that terrorism was not suspected, and no casualties were immediately reported. Many volunteer and working rescuers is credited with saving the lives of everybody on board US Airways Flight 1549, the New York Times reports. Within minutes of the plane hitting the Hudson river, ferries, cruise boats and conventional rescue boats converged on the scene to quickly pluck passengers to safety from the wings of the slowly sinking jet. 

The pilot Chelsey Sullenberger became an instant hero as he could land the place safely with minimum damage to human life. When crisis hits its those with a brave heart and a calm mind that survive longer. The Hero of Hudson did just that. See any implications in management?


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