Corporate challenge at Maseru Mall

Corporate challenge at Maseru Mall

Maseru – Lesotho Sky Adventures on Tuesday launched its annual Corporate Challenge at Maseru Mall.
The 5th edition of the event will be held on August 25 at the same venue. The Lesotho Sky Corporate Challenge is a team-building outing designed to disrupt the usual office routine, event director Kananelo Masia said. “We are targeting people who work in offices — people who work long hours and hardly excise,” he said.

“Some people work from Monday to Friday and some work from Monday to Monday. So the Corporate Challenge is meant for those people, that once a year they go out of the office and compete with other companies. Companies can come with their staff and employees and compete against other companies,” he said.
Amongst the companies expected to be part of the festivities are insurance rivals Metropolitan Lesotho and Alliance Insurance.

“If we have insurance companies like Metropolitan and Alliance (competing) then we would want to see who the best insurance company is. The one which wins would become the best insurance company and they would crow with pride,” Masia said. Masia said the Corporate Challenge fosters a spirit of teamwork amongst employees.
He added that it is a social sporting event aimed at promoting fitness, health and networking opportunities amongst corporates in a relaxed environment.
“People develop their pride and know that they are a company which has a cooperating staff,” Masia continued.

“Every year we get people who are more motivated, who go to the Corporate Challenge to compete against other companies,” he said.
“Every company wants to be the best company and the purpose here is that we want companies to be proud of themselves. If you win, you win as a team, and if you lose, you lose as a team. So, it’s all about teamwork.”

Mohloai Mpesi

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