19 episodes

Grab your favorite umbrella drink and the notes app on your phone — and get ready to hear Jeanna Barrett, First Page Strategy’s Founder and Chief Remote Officer, chat with SaaS founders, marketing leaders, and product owners who lead distributed teams about the latest trends in product-led growth and the remote cultures of the fastest growing companies in tech.

Remotely Cultured First Page Strategy

    • Business
    • 4.2 • 5 Ratings

Grab your favorite umbrella drink and the notes app on your phone — and get ready to hear Jeanna Barrett, First Page Strategy’s Founder and Chief Remote Officer, chat with SaaS founders, marketing leaders, and product owners who lead distributed teams about the latest trends in product-led growth and the remote cultures of the fastest growing companies in tech.

    What Every Remote Leader Needs To Start Doing To Reduce Meetings And Help Their Team Collaborate Seamlessly With Lisette Sutherland of Collaboration Superpowers

    What Every Remote Leader Needs To Start Doing To Reduce Meetings And Help Their Team Collaborate Seamlessly With Lisette Sutherland of Collaboration Superpowers

    Lisette Sutherland, Director of Collaboration Superpowers and author of Work Together Anywhere, joins Jeanna on this episode of Remotely Cultured. Lisette and Jeanna discuss what's driving leaders to mandate employees return to the office, how leaders can reduce the number of meetings for their teams and ensure the ones they do have are more productive and meaningful, and the key components of seamless online collaboration.

    • 45 min
    Building Connections For Professional Growth, The Power Of Testing Quickly & Thoughtful Ways To Be A Better Remote Leader With Melissa Moody of Matcha

    Building Connections For Professional Growth, The Power Of Testing Quickly & Thoughtful Ways To Be A Better Remote Leader With Melissa Moody of Matcha

    Melissa Moody, General Manager of Matcha and host of the 2 Pizza Marketing podcast, joins Jeanna on this episode of Remotely Cultured. Melissa and Jeanna discuss how to network effectively to create meaningful professional connections, how to build and test rapidly while partnering with product teams, and thoughtful ways to be a better remote leader and build a more inclusive company. She also shares her Wednesday Woman initiative and encourages women leaders to share their successes and be loud about the work they're doing.

    • 47 min
    The Marketing, Product, And Remote Journey From $1M To $5M ARR and $5M To $10M ARR With Bridget Harris Of YouCanBookMe

    The Marketing, Product, And Remote Journey From $1M To $5M ARR and $5M To $10M ARR With Bridget Harris Of YouCanBookMe

    Bridget Harris, CEO and Co-Founder of YouCanBookMe, joins Jeanna on this episode of Remotely Cultured. They discuss all things product-led growth, how to market to the right customer (not every customer), why being in love with the problem you're solving (not the solution) is essential for founders, how YouCanBookMe created an intentional remote culture, and the successes and failures of a bootstrapped company growing from $1M to $5M in ARR and $5M to $10M in ARR. 

    • 50 min
    How SaaS Companies Can Get Remote Culture Right with Ali Greene, Coauthor of Remote Works

    How SaaS Companies Can Get Remote Culture Right with Ali Greene, Coauthor of Remote Works

    Ali Greene, coauthor of Remote Works and former Director of People Operations at DuckDuckGo, joins Jeanna on this episode of Remotely Cultured. Ali and Jeanna discuss what company culture actually means and how to define it, how leaders can flex their "remote-first muscle" and support their teams to be successful in a remote environment, how to properly assess if a candidate is a good fit for your remote culture in the hiring process, and how to avoid the biggest mistakes companies make when going hybrid or fully distributed.

    • 48 min
    Creating A Viral Product Growth Loop, Expanding Into Sales-Led From PLG, And Learning How To Not "Eat The Marshmallow" As A Remote Leader With Curtis Duggan of Lemon Squeezy And Remotely Serious

    Creating A Viral Product Growth Loop, Expanding Into Sales-Led From PLG, And Learning How To Not "Eat The Marshmallow" As A Remote Leader With Curtis Duggan of Lemon Squeezy And Remotely Serious

    Curtis Duggan, who leads partnerships at Lemon Squeezy and hosts the Remotely Serious podcast, joins Jeanna to discuss how Lemon Squeezy nailed product-led growth, how they gained organic traction with users on X, and why they're moving into sales-led growth. Curtis also shares his thoughts on all things remote work, including how to delay the gratification of getting things done when working with a distributed team and why a flat hierarchy works for remote-first startups.

    • 50 min
    The Art of Creating Incredible In-Person Retreats for Your Remote Company With Matt Young of Nomadic6

    The Art of Creating Incredible In-Person Retreats for Your Remote Company With Matt Young of Nomadic6

    Matt Young is the Founder and CEO of Nomadic6, a network of coliving, coworking, and community spaces designed for digital nomads to call home. He is also a founding member of Experienced House, an association of experienced design and community-building leaders. As an advocate for the future of remote and distributed teams, Matt has traveled the globe immersing himself in societies of people building lives of location independence. He and his team launched Nomadic6 while living in Thailand, and he continues his commitment to designing experiences for remote teams to reconnect in exotic places while independently living in some of the world’s most alluring locations. In this episode… As the work environment shifts toward a full-time remote culture, many people yearn for the positive aspects of an onsite workplace, such as socialization and relationship building. So, are there solutions that allow individuals to work remotely, reconnect, and participate in team-building activities? In-person retreats champion collaborations on team projects and reveal work culture for new, onboarding team members. When designing in-person events, such as retreats, the goal is to create a campus experience where you can control the environment and provide a space for guests to thrive mentally and physically. Matt Young recommends using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs — which ensures optimal needs — when designing these experiences. Suggested amenities for guests include comfortable bedding, healthy food and beverage options, and opportunities for activity and fitness. Matt also proposes relaxation-promoting facilities like saunas and jacuzzis.  In this episode of Remotely Cultured with Jeanna Barrett, Matt Young, CEO of Nomadic6, discusses the art of creating in-person retreats for remote companies. Matt discusses Nomadic6’s mission and philosophy, how to organize virtual team-building activities for remote teams, the importance of in-person retreats, and building intention meetups to solve problems.

    • 40 min

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