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Pinnacle Pursuits Pivoting 2020 Adventure
“Pivoting to address critical needs of our communities” Like many in our community, Pinnacle Pursuits has been stretched far outside our comfort zones from an interpersonal and business perspective in 2020. Our every effort has been made to support teams,... View Article
How we run ‘COVID-conscious’ in-person team building events (4.5min read)
COVID-19 has undoubtedly created concerning obstacles for the events industry. We have worked hard to create events that take account of the most extensive safety measures. Teams are finally able to come together, escape isolation and bond in a COVID-conscious setting.
Our latest COVID-19 Statement – September 2020
Pinnacle Pursuits continues to serve our community and update our protocols in line with the latest BC recommendations. Our aims of bringing people back together remain vital during these changing times.
How to prepare the team to adapt to the remote workplace and “New Now”? (4.5min read)
Many of our clients have sought to provide as much protection for their teams as possible by keeping the team remote for the foreseeable future. While there are numerous fantastic benefits for both employer and employee, there can be team performance challenges to navigate also. We take a look at those challenges and offers a number of solutions we have enacted and offered to our community!
How to foster employee engagement and why it is vital for the challenge ahead? (3.5min read)
Now is the most important time to have a fully engaged, locked in and motivated team but there are ongoing challenges. Workforces and teams have spent so much time apart of late with working from home. Motivation has dipped from exhaustion, isolation and anxiety going back to work. Similarly there is disillusionment due to the ever-changing landscape of business. It is fair to say that many workforces may be out of alignment with their company’s vision. These concerns are not ideal for employers at a time when employee engagement is vital.
How to recapture lost learning for our students? (4.5min read)
“Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results.” Experiential Education by John Dewey The impact of the pandemic has been experienced differently across... View Article
Our Updated Covid-19 Statement – June 2020
Things are ever-changing and as our community is the most important to us, we wanted to let you know what is happening and what to expect with us.