Duncan Cheatle - Founder and CEO, Learn Amp

Duncan Cheatle - Founder and CEO, Learn Amp
Aside from founding Learn Amp, Duncan has spent over 15 years championing UK enterprise working with hundreds of successful entrepreneurs through The Supper Club which he set up in 2003 and now home to nearly 500 of Britain’s most innovative, high growth entrepreneurs, He was a co-founder of StartUp Britain, launched by the Prime Minister in March 2011 and was a non-exec of the Start Up Loans Company for its first year. Duncan sits on the Advisory Board of the Sheffield University Management School.
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Recent Posts

Training Sessions: How to boost engagement AND save time

Time is precious. We’re always looking for new digital tools to help us save time and energy. But...
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OKRs: Why billion dollar companies are using them, and why you should too

Companies are always looking for new ways to drive performance, boost results, create objectives...
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7 myths about OKRs and why you shouldn't believe them

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When micro-learning really works

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Why so many fail probation…and how to improve the odds

Nearly one in five employees are failing to pass their probation period, according to a survey of...
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Why millennials move jobs so often – and how you can buck that trend

Millennials make up 35% of the workforce, making them the biggest and most significant generation...
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Why back the past when you can buy into the future?

Playing safe used to mean running through a procurement process but, budgets allowing, going with...
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The most important metric you're NOT measuring

Everyone’s familiar today with the concept of Customer Lifetime Value – the revenue a business can...
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Inducting new employees: why you should get the whole team involved

Induction is a vital part of any employee’s journey with a company. Eight out of ten employees who...
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How 9 out of 10 businesses screw up recruitment: poor onboarding!

Onboarding new employees is notoriously badly managed. Gallup found that only 12% of employees...
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