A word from Ensors on the launch of Office Olympics
Your chance to compete in Office Olympics
“The Olympics 2012 represent a great opportunity for this region hopefully bringing us, and the UK as a whole, a much needed boost to the economy. Top sportsmen from all over the world will descend upon London together with the world’s media and, we hope, a whole host of visitors keen to spend, spend, spend.
It is against this backdrop of worldwide attention that Archant and Ensors have decided to launch the Office Olympics, bringing together non-athletes who rank as the “best of the best” that East Anglian business has to offer, all to compete in a series of physically and mentally undemanding challenges.
We have designed 6 disciplines that will test your staff’s fitness levels, co-ordination in no way whatsoever. Sense of humour will however be tested to the max! Ensors crack team of sportsmen and women are already in training. Diets are not being monitored and training regimes ruthlessly ignored – all whilst still maintaining client service.
Will you accept the challenge? Can you beat the Ensors team?
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In the words of Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games, “The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part; the essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well.”
Or if you prefer, in the words of Delia Smith … “Let’s be ‘avin’ you!””
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By Danny Clifford, Ensors Managing Partner and Olympic Team Coach