Eric Lindner

Eric Lindner

Since 2015, the attorney, businessman and DC native has been teaching Ethics in Action at Georgetown University, that examines the moral compass of leadership and dissects the NASA Challenger disaster. His second book is based on a flight piloted by his father-in-law, Flying Tiger captain John Murray - Tiger in the Sea: The Ditching of Flying Tiger 923 and the Desperate Struggle for Survival. "Riveted."—Publisher's Weekly. "Incredible."—Forbes aviation journalist Bruce Dorminey. "Staggering."—Mike McCurry, former White House Press Secretary. "Spellbinding!”—Frederick W. Smith, Chairman, FedEx Corporation (which bought The Flying Tiger Line in 1989). "Compelling!"—Alan Mulally, former CEO of Boeing; inductee, International Air & Space Hall of Fame; current director, Alphabet. "Breathtaking!"—Lee Woodruff, #1 New York Times best-selling author. "Unputdownable!"—Robert Goolrick, #1 New York Times best-selling author. His first book (2013) - Hospice Voices: Lessons for Living at the End of Life - was based on Lindner's work as a hospice volunteer, helping patients cope with the reality of dying. It was critically acclaimed by leading doctors and caregivers, NPR, BBC, Washington Independent Review of Books, Publishers Weekly, and Booklist’s Rebecca Vnuk, who named it one of 2013’s five best memoirs. Keywords: Leadership, Heroism, Aviation, Maritime, Military, Pilot, Survival, Coping Skills
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