Special Management Program
Based on the book—Forgotten Hostages

A unique program based on Paul Green’s recently released book Forgotten Hostages. The book is a personal account of America’s first major terrorism and hostage incident in which Paul Green and his colleagues were hostages. Paul Green turned this event into a dynamic and unique management program that uses life lessons learned from the incident.

      Forgotten Hostages:

      Paul Green and over 125 of his colleagues faced threats of beheading and death from the Hanafi Muslim terrorists who violently captured the B'nai B'rith building. Men and women were shot, stabbed, beaten and assaulted as the attack gained momentum. Across town, from a second attack, the future mayor of Washington Marion Barry almost died from a shotgun pellet near his heart and a young reporter Maurice Williams was killed. A third location a mosque was also attacked with multiple hostages taken. Washington's first major terrorist incident with its anti-Semitic vitriol and explosiveness left over 150 lives hanging in the balance. With Washington in chaos, the lives of all the hostages were seriously in danger. It was the first time local and federal law enforcement authorities faced such a terror attack in our nation's Capital. It became an international event when three Arab ambassadors also became involved in the rush to find a way to save the lives of the hostages. It was 40 hours of terror, pain, dismay, enlightenment and hope.