Chris Robertson and Pascale Dreyer return to Grosvenor

09 January 2023 2 min. read
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After each spending less than three years away, management consulting firm Grosvenor has welcomed back ‘boomerangs’ Chris Robertson and Pascale Dreyer, who rejoin in Melbourne as senior managers.

Grosvenor Performance Group has further boosted its senior leadership team heading into the new year with the welcome return of former staff-members Chris Robertson and Pascale Dreyer, the latter who will now head up the firm’s property practice – one of Grosvenor’s three specialties alongside procurement and public sector consulting.

Both Robertson and Dreyer have spent less than three years away from the management consultancy firm.

Based out of Melbourne, Pascale Dreyer returns to lead Grosvenor’s property practice after departing for a strategy role in the disability and accommodation sector just nine months ago. During that time she served as strategy lead for Aruma as well as DEC Housing’s Victoria state manager, while previously she had spent over two years with Grosvenor. Dreyer has also worked on policy and service design for the Victorian state government.

“Pascale has a keen interest in making property functions and portfolios work for her clients to better enable them to achieve strategic objectives,” Grosvenor states. “She has worked across not-for-profit, community and health, government and private sectors to optimise service delivery and deliver on growth targets in organisations experiencing significant change and disruption. Pascale enjoys solving complex problems and clients value her management approach.”

Also rejoining the firm as a senior manager in Melbourne, Chris Robertson has spent the past three years in London as a manager at UK-based digital and business transformation consultancy Gate One. Earlier, he had spent three and a half years with Grosvenor working across the strategy and organisational functions of the consultancy’s three main practices, before which he was a Lieutenant in the Australian army and researcher at Melbourne’s St Vincent’s hospital.

“Chris is one of our boomerangs who started his consulting career with us and has returned after a three year stint in London,” Robertson’s Grosvenor bio states. “He has a real breadth of experience, having worked on numerous high profile public sector projects particularly in the employment and environmental spaces. His areas of expertise are in strategic design and review, be it an organisational review, program evaluation, commercial strategy or operating model design.”

Grosvenor’s Melbourne office has also recently welcomed recruits Nick Croker and Corinne Sklavos. The firm – incepted in 1996 – has further outlets in Sydney and Brisbane along with headquarters in Canberra, operating with a team pushing fifty professionals and overseen by recently appointed managing director Stefan Gassner, who in October stepped in for longtime boss and current chair Peter Macfarlane.