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Three tools to get your groove back

Blog Forget 'normal' and use these three simple tools to get your groove back. ‘New normal’, ‘COVID normal’, ‘better normal’…. all phrases that have well and truly passed their used by date. There is no normal way to do life and most things ...

Three tools to get your groove back2022-06-03T11:54:55+10:00

What a year it’s been

Blog I usually get to the end of a year feeling immensely proud of what my team has achieved but this year, I’m also celebrating just getting through the year at all! The way the SuperFriend team have conducted themselves means we ...

What a year it’s been2022-04-20T18:57:19+10:00

SuperFriend welcomes Productivity Commission’s push for broader, earlier mental health support

Blog SuperFriend welcomes the release of the highly anticipated final report from the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health, and commends the Commission for recognising the need for an improved mental health system with a broader approach to non-clinical settings such as workplaces, education, ...

SuperFriend welcomes Productivity Commission’s push for broader, earlier mental health support2022-04-20T19:02:02+10:00

Trust + Respect = Actions not words

Blog Reflections on positive actions that build connectedness and an inclusive culture. Trust and respect are built from a leader’s many actions. Stating the words “I trust you” and then micro-managing to task implies exactly the opposite. “I trust you” is only a ...

Trust + Respect = Actions not words2022-03-22T12:41:09+10:00

NEW RESEARCH: Mental health of workers in 2020 – the unexpected results

Blog SuperFriend has just released the results of its national workplace mental health study, revealing some surprising positive outcomes from 2020s challenges - including an improved national score. The survey of over 10,000 people showed clear benefits for those at organisations taking action ...

NEW RESEARCH: Mental health of workers in 2020 – the unexpected results2022-04-21T15:15:45+10:00

8 tips for riding COVID’s second wave

Blog There are a few 'c-words' that are universally disliked, but 'COVID' is definitely the frontrunner. Why? Well, apart from the fact that COVID stinks, for some reason it's taken this crisis for us to learn some very human lessons. Whether ...

8 tips for riding COVID’s second wave2022-04-21T15:35:19+10:00

The 11 most impactful actions for improving worker wellbeing

Blog With so many actions available to improve the mental wellbeing of your workers, employers can quickly become overwhelmed and find it difficult to prioritise which are most appropriate for their organisation. The 2020 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace research, Australia’s largest workplace ...

The 11 most impactful actions for improving worker wellbeing2022-04-21T15:42:46+10:00

Indicators of a Thriving Workplace 2020

Latest company news MEDIA RELEASE - 9 October 2020 The impact of COVID-19 on Australian workers has been profound, according to Australia’s largest workplace mental health study. Three in five workers experienced a mental health condition this year (up almost 9 percentage ...

Indicators of a Thriving Workplace 20202022-04-21T15:49:57+10:00

Looking after your mental health when you’re out of work

Blog While you’re out of work, there are some simple practices you can adopt to make this period of your life much easier for yourself and your family. Developing a sense of self ‘What do you do?’ is a question you’re probably asked ...

Looking after your mental health when you’re out of work2022-04-21T15:57:09+10:00

Making the most of it – ways to spend your time when you’re out of work

Blog It can be stressful to be in a job or industry where work isn’t guaranteed or if it dries up altogether. COVID-19 has also created a level of uncertainty around the future of work for many people, particularly casual workers. If you ...

Making the most of it – ways to spend your time when you’re out of work2022-04-21T16:19:34+10:00
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