With the fall semester just underway, do you already feel overcommitted or stressed about everything you signed up for? Are you spending too much time working on unimportant tasks or assignments, while you fall behind on crucial projects? Do you find yourself wondering how to translate your interests and goals — whether they’re lofty thoughts about changing the world, vaguely formulated career interests, or problems you care about but have no idea how to tackle — into tangible, tactical to-dos?
Join Peter Boyd for From Purpose to Performance: The Essentials: a free, 90-minute workshop that will help you clarify your purpose, identify your priorities, and link all of this with simple day-to-day tools for maximizing your time here at Yale. No background or preparation is needed, and students from all schools and fields are welcome. You’ll finish the session with (the start of) a complete picture of your life that fits on one page — and gets you on the way to realizing your potential for the long-term.
About Peter Boyd
Peter Boyd is passionate about helping leaders discover and build their great work. Currently, he helps the world’s busiest people maximize their time as founder and CEO of Time4Good, teaches at Yale SOM’s EMBA program, and mentors students at Tsai CITY and the Yale Center for Business and the Environment. His previous experience spans companies, NGOs, and governments: he’s worked alongside innovators like Richard Branson to combat climate change as a senior leader at the B Team and the Carbon War Room, led Virgin Mobile South Africa as CEO, advised the British government on energy and climate, headed up marketing teams, and more.
About the From Purpose to Performance Series
Led by Peter Boyd, From Purpose to Performance is a portfolio of workshops and programs that empower aspiring changemakers to unlock their potential. These programs provide tangible tools for clarifying your purpose and translating this insight into next-level performance. Exploring topics from making a business plan to finding the right job opportunity, the series aims to equip you to do your best work at Yale and beyond.