Christopher Allen originally established MONTROC in 2017 in order to uncompromisingly pursue his ideas, philosophy and vision on helping people to live, work, better.
He believes that creativity and innovation are key to bringing about transformation; finding better 'ways of working' by linking strategy and culture, and incorporating people, space and technology.
With an extensive and varied career that spans the private and charity sectors, the civil service and the military, Chris has developed and honed his ability to understand people, their work-life culture and the ways they could live, work, better. He translates what motivates them, giving them a greater sense of purpose and drive so that organisations can unlock maximum happiness and see improvements in productivity. Through this, great cultures thrive and so does business.
Chris gained immeasurable experience from inspirational leaders during his former roles as Head of Workplace Consulting within the Morgan Sindall Group (Morgan Lovell), Head of Client Strategies and Management Consulting at CBRE GWS, Head of Variable Workplace Consulting at CBRE GCS, and as a Major in the British Army. As such, Chris has been a consultant change agent for over 25 years and his great strength is in challenging business strategy in order to help leaders identify deliverable actions that will make a tangible difference to experience, happiness, wellbeing, productivity and business output.
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MONTROC was fantastic at guiding us through our office mover project…Chris helped us through the transition very well. Along the way, he made sure that we don't stray back into our old, comfortable ways, but kept us on track to achieve our ultimate goal of driving a more engaged and motivated business.
I have personally also learned a lot from Chris and can recommend it to anyone who craves change, and even more so to those who know it is needed, but still feel a bit resistant to it - Chris will help you challenge your own thinking and biases.