Our vision is for an Australia where all workplaces are mentally healthy.

Part two of the Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report is here

Part two of the Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report adds even more insights into the state of workplace mental health in Australia. Deep dive into the retail and transport, warehouse and postal services industries as well as vulnerable workers and workplace discrimination.

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Successfully navigate the tough stuff

Start managing conflict today

Challenging interactions and conflict are common at work, whether it’s interpersonal conflict with colleagues or difficult interactions with customers.

People with the skills and confidence to positively deal with these tough times tend to be more resilient and productive, leading to better outcomes for them and their teams.

If you’re looking for help to minimise the negative outcomes of conflict in your workplace, or seeking to equip your staff with critical skills for understanding conflict and confidently managing challenging situations, check out our new course.

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Help getting started or developing a workplace wellbeing strategy

Free workplace mental health resources for me and my team

Ways to support my workplace through COVID-19

Workplace mental health & wellbeing solutions


Designed by our workplace wellbeing experts, our carefully curated packages provide your organisation with a cost-effective, mental health and wellbeing solution.

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Build the mental health and wellbeing capability of your employees and people leaders with online and facilitated training, delivered virtually and on-site.

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Engage our experts for a positive approach to workplace mental health. We can assist with strategic reviews, policy design, enablement and implementation support.

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Why invest in workplace mental health?

Why invest in workplace mental health?

It’s good for business.

Mentally healthy workplaces influence strong performance and business growth.

Investing in mental health also increases productivity, morale and positive culture, engagement, innovation, and team cohesiveness.

It’s the law.

Employees have a legal right to a psychologically safe working environment.

Legally, employers must make reasonable adjustments to a person’s job to ensure they can perform in the role productively and safely.

It’s the right thing to do.

Employers and people leaders play a crucial role in protecting the mental health of all employees.

People working at action-oriented workplaces (8+ actions) are far less likely to experience a mental health condition that they believe is work-related.

Why choose SuperFriend?

Our solutions create strong, cohesive, high performing teams — leading to greater agility and innovation.

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Wellbeing check-in and action plan

Retirement transition

Not sure where to start? Our workplace mental health experts are here to help you.

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“We have seen a positive impact since staff undertook SuperFriend’s training. People have started to connect. There’s been a shift towards a psychologically safe workplace culture – people understand that health and wellbeing is something that we are serious about. That it’s ok to ask for help and the importance of looking out for others.”
— Lisa D’Andrea, HR Manager Hansen Yuncken
“We chose SuperFriend because it was just really clear speaking to you both [Pippa and Mark] that you are people who are really genuine, really authentic, easy to talk to – you weren’t trying to bamboozle us with lots of fancy acronyms or language about things. You were truly listening, so it was really a two-way discussion. You genuinely wanted to understand our business, what was going on for us.”
— Jo McManus, Head of People & Performance at Twinings Australia

“We are delighted with the results and they speak volumes. Of the targeted staff, 77% completed the course with 65% of the team stating that they had gained knowledge and better yet, 81% of people said that they intended to implement this knowledge.”

— Amra Broughton, Director, People & Development at Ralph Lauren