Tools for the Female Manager

Most modern women not only dream of having a house and a family, but they also want to be successful within their career, obtaining managerial or higher roles. This can involve working hard within the education needed to gain your role of choice and looking for ways to increase your experience within that sector. On top of this, when you land a role that you love, you may wish to find ways to improve your working processes. This will allow you to stand out from your competitors. You may even potentially work your way up the corporate ladder. Also, you may be recognized as a good leader and role model. There are tools for the female manager that will help you achieve your goals.

Digital Asset Management

Using Digital Asset Management software from allows you to store and source your digital assets (photos, videos, audio files, documents…) with far more ease than you would have if you were still storing and searching from your computer itself. This can help you to edit and download images concisely, even if you work from many locations. 

When you work as part of a team, this can help you share these images amongst your colleagues and cut down on the time it takes to do so. In a work environment where there is no time to spare, this can make all the difference between you completing your tasks by the end of the day or needing to stay later in the office to finish up menial items that take more time than they really should, as the right people will have access to the right files and you won’t need to repeatedly send updates via email. 


Timetabling and using a calendar app can help you to sort out your workload and allow others in your team to see when you are free. This can be highly beneficial, particularly if people need to arrange meetings with you regarding planned items for the future or delegates requiring assistance with their current work. 

The means of being able to have this calendar synchronized with both your work PC and your smartphone can also allow you to see any last-minute changes or additions, especially if you are out on lunch, on-call, or it is outside your usual working hours. 

Being able to prioritize your time and set yourself deadlines for certain tasks or meetings can teach you to become more punctual with your work and reduce the likelihood of distraction or procrastination.


While this may not be a physical tool that you use, confidence can help you to get ahead at work. There is a stark difference between being confident and being cocky. Understanding your worth and abilities, and feeling self-assured that you are competent to complete tasks, can help you to become more respected within your industry. Over-exaggeration of your abilities or an over-inflated sense of self-importance are signs of arrogance, and these will need to be toned down to allow you to develop good working relationships with your peers. 

Finding tools that improve your ability to complete your work and prove your worth within your workplace can help you to get further ahead in your career. These tools for the female manager may also be beneficial to your team, and your suggestion of their use will show that, although you have increased levels of responsibility and power, you are still a true team player. 

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