Your Invitation to Contribute

CommuniCorp is pleased to invite you to participate in a new study into psychosocial priorities across Australian and New Zealand organisations. We would appreciate your involvement in the survey, which will take approximately 15 minutes of your time. Your participation will help CommuniCorp determine an industry-wide snapshot of priorities in this domain and enable us to capture key insights into the maturity of current workplace mental health based initiatives. The survey explores a sub-set of psychosocial factors known to influence mental health in the workplace and is based on current best practice and evidence-based research.

Your participation in this survey will help CommuniCorp get an industry-wide snapshot of Workplace Mental Health priorities across corporate Australia and New Zealand. This survey will also provide you with some background information on key factors that contribute to psychological health and well-being, based on CommuniCorp’s 'Psychologically Safe & Healthy Workplaces' (PSH&W) framework.

Interim survey findings will be presented at the CommuniCorp "Psychological Health in the Workplace - Lessons Learnt and Emerging Priorities" breakfast forum hosted in Sydney on 6th of September. All those participating in the survey will receive 5 Personal Resiliency Builder assessments (, and the opportunity to receive the CommuniCorp Psychosocial Priorities Survey Report - with basic benchmarking as to how their industry performs against others. Eligibility conditions apply.

SuperFit Mates Peer Support Mentor Program

CommuniCorp is pleased to launch SuperFit Mates. SuperFit Mates is an innovative workplace peer support training program aimed at improving mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. The program provides on-site mentor training to assist identified mentors to support their colleagues and encourage conversations about mental health issues and life challenges.

The two day on-site training will build mentors’ workplace mental health capabilities, emotional intelligence and resilience, and encompasses recognition, response and referral for mentors. The program also offers follow-up coaching and support for mentor groups following the training.

Psychologically Healthy Workplaces Programs

CommuniCorp recognises the importance of delivering a sustainable program that provides ongoing improvements and commitment to developing a more psychologically healthy workplaces; rather than a one-off or tokenistic approaches. Our new Psychologically Healthy Workplace Programs provide a more strategically focused, practical and sustainable approach to developing a ‘critical mass’ of people capabilities to support positive workplace mental health and psychological safety.

For more information about our new Psychologically Healthy Workplace Programs for Organisations, call on 1300 855 140 or email the team at

Psychological Health in the Workplace - Lessons Learnt & Emerging Priorities

CommuniCorp is proud to bring to Australia internationally respected organisational psychology expert Dr. Merv Gilbert, to speak at this invitation only breakfast forum.

Including a keynote presentation from international workplace psychological health expert, Dr. Gilbert and a panel discussion showcasing local thought leaders, the forum has been designed to discuss local and international trends, success stories and the emerging priorities for workplace psychological health and safety today.

Hosted in Sydney on 6th of September, registration is open to CommuniCorp clients and their guests. To register your interest to attend, please complete our booking form here. Please note that strict eligibility criteria apply, full details available on the registration page.

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Join the Psychologically Healthy Workplaces ANZLinkedIn Group! It's a hub where like-minded professionals can meet and discuss issues related to this growing area. A great resource tool, we will post the latest information and provide access to white papers, checklists and much more. Join now by clicking here or searching Psychologically Healthy Workplaces Australia and New Zealand through your LinkedIn page.