Employees living AIA’s brand promise at the Healthy Cook-Off

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AIA Sri Lanka recently wrapped up the AIA Healthy Cook-Off for employees, a first of its kind at AIA Sri Lanka. This was a ‘healthy cooking competition’ that was part of the larger ‘Little Changes Challenge’ (LCC) launched by AIA to encourage people to make little changes that can make a big difference.

The Healthy Cook-Off, which was organized specially for AIA’s employees, saw 12 teams comprising 5 chefs each, competing for the winning spot. Teams whipped up colourful, fresh healthy salads and delicious mains, which were judged by renowned and respected local Chef Chathurika Anuradha. Congratulations to team BanCooks, from the Bancassurance team for serving the best dishe(s) and winning a mountain bike each! 

The heathy cook-off was organized as part of AIA Sri Lanka’s second phase of the LCC launch and was intended at engaging employees with LCC and strengthening employee belief and commitment to AIA’s promise of healthier, longer, better lives. The initiative further aimed at inculcating AIA’s brand promise as top-of-mind for employees, so they can be ambassadors that take forth the message of healthy living. 

AIA’s objective was to create excitement and engagement amongst employees with the promise of a healthier, longer, better life while showing how easy it can be to make little changes towards a healthier life. Yes, the competition was a cook-off which encouraged healthy recipes, which you can take home and make for the family. But it was much more than that. It was a testimony to AIA’s commitment to help employees innovate, collaborate and create as emissaries that help others and themselves lead healthier, longer, better lives. 

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