Most improved team and individual
To help motivate you to keep moving during the winter months, we have four scrumptious tasting plates from the Forum Restaurant up for grabs. To win, all you and your team have to do is improve your team average step count between 4pm, Wednesday 16 July and 4pm, Wednesday 30 July and the team with the greatest percentage increase will walk away with the prize. The winner will be determined from the Administrator’s GCC Leader Board report.
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As an added incentive, we will also be looking for the most improved individual participant. If you have the greatest percentage increase in your average step count by 5pm, Wednesday 30 July you will receive a Fitbit. This winner will also be determined from the Administrator’s GCC Leader Board report.
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Safety, Health and Wellbeing will announce the most improved winners on 31 July by email and 4 August Staff News.
Where in the Uni?
Our first competition for this year’s GCC was the Where in the Uni? photo competition. After choosing the top five entries to face a University-wide vote on Yammer, the winner has been chosen.
We are pleased to announce that Harpreets Heroes (ICT) has won with 49% of the vote, just edging out Lost in Pace (University Library) with 42%. Congratulations Gregory Baker-Moss, Janusz Tydda, Harpreet Singh, Blake Suggett, Nicolas Leikvold, Witold Janus and Morgan Jones from Information and Communications Technology on your win.
Thank you to everyone that entered and remember to keep an eye on Staff News and Yammer to find out more about future competitions.