| 12th August 2014
We sat down with one of our senior consultants, Matt Bolton, to find out more about what a typical day is like for a senior consultant at Blue Latitude Health:
Around 6.30am most mornings.
Usually I fit in a session at the gym before heading to work.
I take the Central line from Ealing Broadway to St. Paul’s, and then walk 10 minutes up the road.
Most mornings I arrive by 9am.
Stand up again and go make a cup of tea!
There's no such thing as a typical morning, my workload is so varied that each day can be totally different. Some days I may get straight into some client work, other days my main focus is on business development. Occasionally I'm busy running/attending meetings, although I try to keep meetings to a minimum as they ruin people’s lives. At the beginning of the week I tend to start off by planning my workload for the week ahead.
Pounding German techno.
It usually depends on workload, but if I can I'll go out to stretch my legs. Usually I wander down to the local food market at Whitecross Street or the Exmouth market (if there's time).
I always buy my lunch.
Assess my progress from the morning and check I’m on course for the day.
Much like the morning really, it's completely variable and dependent on the workload.
Trying to strike the balance of keeping clients and internal stakeholders happy.
It varies, but generally I try leave by 6.30pm
Go for a run in the park, play rugby or just drink loads of beer - not necessarily all on the same night though!
I probably visit the BBC News website the most, not the most exciting!
| 2nd October 2017
At Blue Latitude Health, we pride ourselves on our unique, inclusive culture. Here, Senior Talent Manager Deborah Braud explains her role in recruiting the top people from across industry, and why our ‘family-like’ values are crucial to our success.
| 29th September 2017
We can’t believe it has been more than year since we opened our New York Office. Here we speak to Vice President James Atherton to find out about the highlights, the lessons learned and the healthcare industry trends he’s witnessed in the US.