Dear Sir/ Madam,
As we all know, the management team has been invited once again to the Wilderness Lodge by the company’s co-owners for the annual outdoor sports and business planning meetings. This is an excellent opportunity for the team to bond and chart new strategies to steer the corporation to new milestones. With this in mind, it would be a great disservice for one to miss such an opportunity. The annual activity has been around for a long time and traditions have been established. However, being my first year in the company and first time attending the annual event, I would like to give suggestions on new traditions that I feel like we should incorporate in the occasion to make it more inclusive.
I find it difficult adapting to the outdoor activities that have been a tradition to the company due to my condition. I am also sure that other staff members with disability have found it hard to cope with them. However, I have come up with suggestions to new traditions that I hope we can incorporate in our annual outdoor sporting activities to ensure that everyone in the team is included. These are cycling, fishing, and horse riding. Cycling is one of the most exciting sports and will provide a stimulating way of competing with others that will provide inclusivity for all. Another competition is horse riding, and it will be exciting for all without leaving out the disabled. Additionally, fishing will be available for those who prefer a calm sport which does not require a tiresome field activity.
With these suggestions, I believe that everyone will feel included in the annual activities. I, therefore, look forward to your consideration.