Schaun D. Henry was leading an onsite training session on violence prevention in the workplace when a stranger barged into the room, headed straight for him and threatened: “I have a gun.”
The participants looked shaken as they sat frozen in place — until Henry, a partner at the Harrisburg, Pa., law firm of McNees Wallace & Nurick, explained that the assailant was actually his colleague and the exercise was meant to illustrate the lack of a contingency plan.
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