Lead The Right Way: How to Lead With Empathy, Agility, and Resilience to Drive Sustainable Results in Turbulent Times

Lead the Right Way is designed to help you make an investment in yourself and become the next generation leader that your organization needs. This book introduces a simple leadership framework to overcome the great resignation and drive sustainable results during and post-pandemic. With this book, you will have an in-depth understanding of the three leadership pillars along with practical applications and concrete examples to bring greater empathy, agility, and resilience to your workplace every day. This book provides valuable guidance to leaders and organizations about behaviors and actions that they can adopt during any crisis.

Meet Aditi Agarwal

Aditi Agarwal is an experienced leader who leverages an outcome-driven approach to help teams innovate, embrace change, continuously improve, and deliver valuable experiences. With 22+ years of unparalleled excellence in planning and executing strategic large-scale initiatives, she is best known as an empathic, agile, and resilient leader who is passionate about coaching others. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her loving family. Her mission is to share her knowledge and accelerate learning for others.

Finding Resilience: Lessons learned from getting lost in the Borneo jungle

When plans for a rendezvous with local guides went awry, author Steve Camkin, Ph.D., and his trekking partner, Mukhtar Makussara, found themselves in a remote corner of the Borneo jungle with little food, no maps, and no local guides. After making their own way, they emerged 16 days later onto a riverbank where they were able to attract the attention of locals who had been searching for them.

Finding Resilience: Lessons Learned from Getting Lost in the Borneo Jungle describes strategies you can use to:
Analyze a life or business situation you have been thrust into;
Deal with emotional and mental disorientation;
Survive, adapt and thrive in ambiguous situations;
Maintain resilience while dealing with setbacks;
Extract learning from life’s challenges.


Meet Steve Camkin

Steve Camkin is the author of the Amazon International Bestseller High Altitude Leadership: Small steps to get you to the top of big mountains. Steve has led or participated in wilderness expeditions for over 35 years on 7 continents including climbing the “Seven Summits.” For the last 13 years, through his own company, he has acted as an international leadership development coach and consultant in 18 countries. Prior to that held leadership positions inside global high-tech companies. He has served in the Australian and New Zealand Armies, as an Outward Bound Instructor in Australia and the U.S.A. and on Search and Rescue Teams in Australia and The U.S.A. Steve has a Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems Design. Having grown up in Australia and New Zealand he now lives in Boise, Idaho where he can be found skiing, mountain biking, hiking or kayaking in his spare time.