Engagement at Work
Just like any other working day, your remote working day should start with a clear plan. Make sure you have set priorities (preferably written down). This will boost your engagement at work by keeping you productive, engaged, and organized. Make sure your expectations are aligned with those of your colleagues and supervisors. The best way to achieve this is by being proactive and deliberate when confirming work priorities with your supervisors and teammates.
Give yourself deadlines with regards to project completion. Make sure the deadlines give you ample time for peer review, feedback from supervisors, and making any necessary adjustments and changes. Communicate frequently with your team members especially those you are working with under the same project. Keep your progress updated and check-in regularly with your superiors to share your progress report. Always seek and exchange feedbacks on ongoing work projects. Be available to offer any additional assistance to colleagues, and when in need be prompt in seeking help. The whole point is to keep your remote work spirit as active as you would be when working in a traditional office setting.