It has been more than 6 months since many of us entered lockdown for the first time, and in the face of a continuously shifting global situation and continued uncertainty for the foreseeable future, there remain many shared questions about what the impact of Covid-19 might be for us personally and professionally.

While many expert groups and economic analysts have sought to grapple with long-term consequences and macro trends disrupted or reshaped by the global pandemic, it is important not to lose sight of the day-to-day realities of coping with and adjusting to crisis – both as individuals, and as members of larger teams used to working together and interacting in traditional (now practically alien) settings.

To this end, Mavence is launching a new survey as part of a study into the impacts of Covid-19 on motivation and performance across multiple sectors and types of organisations, both to provide a clearer picture of individual experiences and to reflect on how different practices or levels of coordinated response have managed to respond to the uncertain landscape. This is a fully open study, and we fully encourage anyone who is interested to take a few minutes to submit their own answers and experiences via the survey form below, which will be fully anonymized and featured in our final report.


Participate in our new study by filling out the survey!