Simply love this mantra and we will talk through why taking these #powerfulsteps#powerfulsteps to make your dreams reality will transform your thinking and life path during our May workshops.
Tory Archbold, CEO and Founder of Torstar a brand communications agency recognized as the global powerhouse responsible for developing iconic campaigns for the worlds top performing brands is confirmed as a speaker at the Future of Leadership 2019 Series.
Tory has built her own brand on the strength of the ambitions she has applied to those brands in her charge. Her formidable reputation around the extraordinary brand success stories she has created has cemented her position with a portfolio of clients who are globally recognised leaders. In the past 6 months she has been responsible for launching Victoria’s Secret, Steve Madden and Drew Barrymore’s Flower Beauty into the Australian market.
In April 2019 she launched Powerful Steps – a platform to inspire, encourage and empower woman.
FOL2019 will change the way you approach leadership in your organisation, in your teams, in your personal life. Gain invaluable insight into the innovative thinking, visionary ideas and personal triumphs of some of Australia’s best speakers.
From social research to behavioural science, fitness & wellbeing, social change and thriving in the digital age, the #FOL2019 line up will provide lessons, insights and energy which attendees in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne can apply to their own leadership journeys.
Founder of Powerful Steps Tory Archbold filmed the Gamechangers with Edwina Bartholomew last week at Fox Studios. She revealed that the global direct messages she is receiving since coming forward with her powerful story of success and survival in marie claire magazine is the driving force behind empowering others to take #Powerfulsteps#Powerfulsteps forward in their life. CEOS, global communicators and media personalities are taking their first steps by reaching out and sharing their stories of survival in challenging times. This takes immense strength to share confidence in one another.
Archbold says ‘if we can empower one another with our journey of encouragement and resilience we are one step ahead of the game’.
Steve Jobs once said ‘the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do’. We trust and understand his vision.
Join us at one of our Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane workshops. Link below for early bird ticket bookings. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/powerful-steps-19861363100
In an interview with Georgie Gardner for the Today Show, Tory revealed her personal story with domestic violence and why she created Powerful Steps.
“Brave” and “courageous” were the words used by Today Show co-host Georgie Gardner to describe Tory Archbold and her willingness to share her own story with domestic violence to help other women.
One in four women have experienced emotional abuse by a current or former partner since the age of 15, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Tory moved out of the family home away from her now ex-partner when her daughter was just nine-months-old. “It was a very toxic environment,” recalls Tory. “No one knew that this was going on.”
Less than 20 per cent of domestic violence cases are physical. Karen Willis from Domestic Violence Services Australia said often the long-term effects are far greater for women who have experienced emotional abuse from a partner.
“It’s the words that hurt. It’s the fear that stays. It’s that constant moving sands of not knowing what’s going to happen next. It’s living a life walking on egg shells and never knowing when the next attack is going to occur that does the damage,” explains Karen. “I don’t think we can underestimate the impacts.”
Tory speaking on the Today Show about her story.
To empower other women experiencing abuse, Tory realised that it was time to share her story.
“I decided that my story is going to resonate with a lot of women,” says Tory. We are launching a series of workshops to inspire, encourage and empower women to take those powerful steps to come out of the other side.”
Workshops will be held in Sydney on Thursday, May 23rd; Melbourne on Thursday, May 9 and Brisbane on Monday, May 27.