Jeff Robbins interviews John T. Meyer, CEO at Lemonly. We discuss crafting a company culture, designing an awesome place to work, and how to communicate effectively as a hybrid company.
How has the hybrid company model worked for Lemonly?
What are the perks to building flexibility into your company’s work culture?
What are the differences in communication for hybrid teams versus 100% remote companies?
Which elements are most important to Lemonly’s company culture?
If you started Lemonly in today’s environment, what would you do differently?
How could companies use the radical candor approach to communication, collaboration, and leadership?
What are the advantages to having a remote-first or remote-friendly company?
The importance of when activities and meetings happen
How do designers collaborate and work remotely?
How can the “stop, start, continue” framework be used to manage effectively?
Why companies should always be run as an experiment
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