Remote teamwork tying you up in knots?
Get Remote Ready.

Join our 4-week course for managers & leaders of mission-oriented teams and start building your personal remote work practice now.

Are you struggling with...

Feeling like the way you work is unsustainable and you don’t know how to get the best from your self or your team.

Not having a clear vision for how your team works together that everyone understands and believes in.

Feeling like leading your team remotely is harder than it should be and, when the same problems keep popping up, you’re not sure what to do.

We get it. You can be a great leader and still be flummoxed by remote teamwork.

You might be stuck in ‘react’ mode driven by notifications and calls. Or maybe you’ve built some solid foundations but it still feels like working remotely makes everything harder.

We can help. Get Remote Ready.

Build a work culture where people collaborate with ease and working towards your mission is a joy.


Remote Ready:
Self-Paced Course

Learn at your own pace with bite-sized videos and interactive exercises in 6 hours across 4 weeks.

Diagnose your specific strengths and weaknesses

Discover the universal tenets of effective remote working

Develop a personal remote strategy for yourself

By the end of this course you will

Understand the dynamics that make remote a challenge, common dysfunctions you might encounter, and what to do when things go wrong

Understand how to manage your self, your energy and stress to build healthy and sustainable working practices

Understand how to turn your values into a remote culture that helps drive impact without burnout in your mission-driven organisation

Remote Culture Club masterfully leverages knowledge, tools, self-reflections, and facilitated conversations to offer the perfect mix that gets you both to think critically and take immediate actions that can help your organization reach a fantastic remote work culture for everyone.”

Ania Calderon

Managing Director, Data & Society

What’s included in the curriculum

Understanding the 5 common dysfunctional dynamics of remote teamwork

How to spot burnout in yourself and your team

How to work at the right time, use trust & clear communication, spend time together intentionally

Making tools & processes supportive, effective decision-making, creating user-friendly documentation

Creating healthy & sustainable practices and strategies for managing your self

Develop a strategy for your personal remote work practice

After taking this course you’ll go

From this:

Feeling like remote makes everything harder

Stuck in a cycle of stress that keeps you in ‘react’ mode and stops you making space for creativity, deep work and strategy

Paralysed by making changes to how your team works together, even though you know things should be better

To this:

Confidently adapting to the challenges and opportunities of remote

Feeling grounded and in control of how you manage your time and energy sustainably

Having a vision for where you’re heading and ideas for how you’ll get there

get started

Remote Ready: Self-Paced Course

In 4 weeks we can help you grow from accidental remote manager to grounded, confident remote leader. You’ll have the knowledge, skills, and the plan to change your days so you can change your years.

There are two ways to join us:



Access to the full course

Interactive workbook with exercises

Post course 1:1 coaching session


$247 per person

Access to the full course

Interactive workbook with exercises

Post course 1:1 coaching session

Team coaching session to take your
learnings forward together

Remote Culture Club gave us tangible frameworks and clear language to explain the challenges we had felt as a team but didn't know how to express to each other, let alone how to work on.”


Participant in the Remote Culture Intensive

Who we are

Alix Dunn

Alix is a facilitator who helps teams navigate complexity, collaboration challenges, and team dynamics. She is an expert on sociotechnical issues, built a global, remote organization, and led it for 8 years. She runs a facilitation studio that hosts events and off-sites for cross-functional teams.

Jake Slater

Jake leads the Remote Culture Club and helps every student and client we work with have a great experience. Like many of the people we work with, most of his remote experience has come since 2020. Having gone from remote work novice to evangelist himself, he’s driven to help others to do the same.


I want people within my organisation or team to do this, but I’m not sure who exactly who it’s for. Who should be involved?
We’re not fully remote and we work together in person some of the time. Is this for us?
How long will this take? What do I actually need to do?