Konekt has merged with CommuniCorp, a nationally respected organisation that leads the industry in delivering tailored prevention strategies to help workplaces better support mental health.
“We are delighted to welcome the CommuniCorp team to the Konekt group of companies,” said Konekt Limited Chief Executive Officer, Damian Banks.
“David Burroughs, Dr Laura Kirby and Dr ChrisStevens have grown CommuniCorp into a pre-eminent provider of advice for Australia’s largest organisations. The market leading consulting and culture
development solutions offered by CommuniCorp will broaden Konekt’s overall ability to meet the needs of our growing national customer base. Furthermore, Konekt’s strength in corporate, government and insurer markets will be enhanced with the expertise and relationships built by the CommuniCorp business.”
CommuniCorp’s strength lies in its practical programs and tools that give all staff the confidence and capability required to identify, prevent, intervene early, and manage mental health matters in the workplace.
Developed by senior registered psychologists, these programs and tools develop true resilience capabilities and positive workplace cultures that minimise psychosocial risk and promote optimal performance.
CommuniCorp works collaboratively with organisations to implement best-practice strategies and initiatives that have a genuine impact in building a more psychologically safe and healthy workplace. They include:
- Mental health and wellbeing training, targeting early identification and intervention across different work levels and roles in organisations
- Practical programs to develop personal and organisational resilience
- Consulting services to promote positive workplace cultures and minimise psychological risk
- Diagnostic and development tools for personal and organisational resilience and psychosocial risk assessment
“Our business has grown well over the past few years, and we see this move as the next step in our growth trajectory,” said CommuniCorp’s Chief Executive Officer, David Burroughs.
“Konekt has enviable customer relationships and there is significant demand for the advice and consulting services CommuniCorp provides within this customer base. The acquisition will see the continuity of the CommuniCorp brand in the marketplace.”
Konekt and CommuniCorp have a number of shared, long-standing customer relationships, which will provide opportunities on both sides to further extend service offerings to existing customers and new prospects.