Who We Are

Through the application of psychological principles and social science we provide our clients with actionable data to develop the best possible workplaces and cultures for their business.

For too long, assumption and guesswork have prevailed when it comes to business culture and motivation.

Here at HATCH we view your business through a social scientific lens and provide businesses with the means to make evidence based decisions about their workplace transformation.

Our People

Our team are by your side, each step of the way. Combining vast industry experience and knowledge of organisational behaviour with your business’ DNA in order to understand the social science behind your workplace.

Monica Parker

Founder

Monica’s background spans management positions in a variety of settings, both corporate and non-profit, with a vast knowledge of navigating and communicating organisational change.

An international speaker and presenter, Monica brings to the team at HATCH fifteen years’ experience in understanding the influence of environments and processes on human behaviour.

Monica’s research focuses on behaviour change in the workplace, its barriers and its benefits.

Her role at HATCH is to help clients challenge their notion of the status quo, and see the performance benefits of workplace transformation.

Monica studied design at the University of Miami and received her MSc (Distinction) from Queens University Belfast specialising in Organisational Behaviour.

Julian Pollitt

Managing Director

Julian’s design and management background brings 24 years commercial experience to the company he has been involved in workplace interiors managing international companies for the last 14.

Julian studied design at the University of Buckinghamshire and received his Master’s specialising in Interior and 3D design.

Julian’s experiences range from high profile corporate clients to charitable organizations. His role involves ongoing consultation within the project team as well as close liaison with the client to ensure specification fulfils the set criteria.

Meili Taylor

Business Psychologist

Meili provides information into the process and structure of interviews conducted. Her experience brings a strong academic knowledge in structured and commercially relevant experience in qualitative and quantitative analysis.

Strong statistical skills and confident using SPSS and other statistical software.

Meili has a (Msc) Distinction from University of Hertfordshire specialising in Occupational Psychology.

Fiona Henry – HATCH Anallytics

Fiona Henry

Communications and Change Consultant

Joining HATCH after a career in corporate communications, most recently with Prudential, Fiona has a keen understanding of communicating and navigating organisational change.

Currently, she works with clients as a communications consultant on projects, helping them to develop and implement communications strategies and plans. The bulk of her work with HATCH focusses on change management programmes and communications related to workplace strategy and changes to organisational ways of working.

Fiona’s strength is creating clear and simple messages from complex and technical topics. Her change approach is practical and pragmatic, always recognising the criticality of a change programme not impinging on, but rather supporting BAU.

Fiona has over twenty years’ experience developing, shaping and implementing communications strategies and campaigns to internal business audiences and the B2B marketplace.

Carlotta Dove – HATCH Analytics

Carlotta Dove

Research Psychologist

Carlotta is our resident research psychologist, specialising in workplace behaviour and data analysis. She holds a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Göttingen and has worked in academia for five years, with internships in research and diagnostics at the University hospitals of Berlin and Munich. Carlotta specialises in qualitative and quantitative workplace behaviour research, with profound knowledge in both data collection and analysis (SPSS, R). When she isn’t glued to a computer screen, she spends her time exploring new cities, learning Spanish, and trying very hard not to be the worst karaoke singer in London.