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IPS-aAdvantage Roundtable on the National Values Assessment 2018

The well-being of a nation is significantly influenced by the values that are uppermost in the minds of its citizens and workers. Understanding what they think is the set of values, attitudes or behaviours at play around them and their ideal set provides a way for policymakers, academics, business and community leaders to talk about the direction in which their country might evolve.
 
IPS and aAdvantage are partnering to present the results of a recent survey called the National Values Assessment (NVA Singapore 2018) that was conducted among 2000 Singapore residents on values —  current and desired — to kick-off such a discussion. This is the third wave of NVA for Singapore after the first which was conducted in 2012 and the second in 2015. 
 
aAdvantage is a business consulting firm that specialises in research on employee engagement, service excellence, organisational culture and leadership development. It has conducted the NVA series of surveys with Barretts Values Centre (BVC) the originator of this tool that has used it in several countries (for example, Australia, Belgium, Bhutan, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States).  
 
The findings will be presented by Mr Vincent Ho, Director, aAdvantage and then discussed by a distinguished panel comprising Associate Professor Tan Ern Ser of the Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore, Mr Ho Meng Kit, Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Business Federation and Ms K Thanaletchimi, President, Healthcare Services Employees’ Union, NTUC Central Committee Member and Nominated Member of Parliament.
 
Please refer here to this document to read the findings of the first two waves of the NVA that was conducted in 2015 if you are interested to learn more about this survey series.

These two links lead you to newspaper articles about the findings:

• Article One: Straits Times (2015) Singaporeans see virtues like compassion in themselves but view society as materialistic
• Article Two: TODAY (2015) Study reveals more positive view of life in Singapore


Angsana 1 (Level 1), C J Koh Law Library
National University of Singapore (Bukit Timah Campus)
469D Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259773
Mon 30 July 2018
03:15 PM - 05:30 PM

By invitation only.

If you have any enquiries, please email decb64_aXBzLmV2ZW50MTFAbnVzLmVkdS5zZw==_decb64 or contact Ms Regine Tan at 6601-5730.