Ceylinco Life sales stars shine at SLIM National Sales Awards
Ceylinco Life’s sales professionals excelled at the recent SLIM National Sales Awards, winning thirteen awards, including three Golds, three Silvers and seven Bronzes for their outstanding sales performances and related achievements.
The National Sales Awards of the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing were previously known as the SLIM National Sales Congress (NASCO) Awards. The latest edition of the awards presentation was based on assessments of entries submitted for the years 2021 and 2022.
The Ceylinco Life sales team won seven awards in respect of their performance in 2020 in the life insurance category. These included two Gold awards won by K. Srikaran of Ceylinco Life’s Wellawatte branch in the Sales Executive category and A.H.M. Riham from the Head Office in the Other Sales Support Staff category and a Silver award won by R.M.B.N.P.K. Rathnamala of the Anamaduwa branch, also in the Sales Executive category.
Meanwhile, Bronze awards were presented to R.P.L. Dhammika of the Matara and Akuressa region in the Regional Sales Manager category, to S.A.S.R. Senanayaka of the Pannala branch in the Territory Manager category, to A.K. Devinda of the Pannala branch in the Sales Executive category and to K. Kurushanth of the Nelliady branch in the Front Liners category. Notably, the awards won by Messrs A.H.M. Riham and R.P.L. Dhammika were across all industries and not only in the life insurance sector.
For sales performances in 2021, Ceylinco Life won six awards, including a Gold for P. Pirathaap of the Nelliady branch in the Sales Executive category and two Silvers for V. Baskaran from the Nelliady branch and A.R.F. Risna from the Wellawatte branch in the Territory Manager and Sales Executive categories, respectively. Additionally, S. Mathivanan and P. Makshan from Chenkalady, and T. Jayanthi from Wellawatte won Bronze awards in the Territory Manager, Front Liners and Sales Executive categories, respectively.
The SLIM National Sales Awards programme evaluates nominees based on three key criteria: potential, performance, and strategic input. The potential of the nominees to move up in the sales hierarchy is assessed, as well as their performance in their current jobs with respect to job functions and standards inthe period of assessment. Additionally, the ability of the nominee to add strategic value to the business while achieving assigned sales targets is considered.