How do you manage the fear of being forgotten when you don’t see your colleagues? How do you keep track of what you are doing for your own sake and for your manager’s benefit? How do you know that you are working on the right things and that your contributions are meaningful?
The lack of reassuring clues you might receive from colleagues in the office can create insecurities and anxiety. Therefore, learning how to balance working alone and sharing with others is a crucial skill in a remote setting.
Standing out and being seen can be easy, with a bit of structure.
Luckily, you don’t have to wing it. There is a science to being seen, keeping track of your accomplishments, and building a network to help you see your strengths.