An Illuminating Trip to Hawaii

Travel incentives are major elements of our inspiring Peak Enterprises Corp culture. We frequently have chances to qualify for educational conferences and relaxing retreats. Michael, one of our top performers, recently earned a trip that will combine these benefits. He’s going to Hawaii for a week to represent our company and learn from accomplished people in a vastly different market.

During his time in Hawaii, Michael will be able to explore the island as a tourist. This will be his first trip to the 50th state, so he’s excited to get the most out of the experience. He stated, “It’ll be nice to have some time for relaxation and reflection in such a beautiful place. I’m also excited to learn how team members excel in such a different atmosphere from our home turf in Georgia.”

Michael was chosen for this excursion based on his recent performance and the well-rounded example he sets for the rest of Team Peak Enterprises Corp. He sets clear goals and makes himself accountable to helping others reach their aspirations as he pursues his own. Perhaps most importantly, Michael is focused on constant improvement. By applying himself in his learning efforts, he inspires his teammates to elevate their approaches as well.

We’re ready to hear all about Michael’s trip to Hawaii. Follow Peak Enterprises Corp on Twitter for updates on all our team travel events.

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