Effective Management Strategies for Women Employer in Today’s Dynamic Workplace

  • P Nivetha Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration Dr. Umayal Ramanathan College for Women, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India
  • S Prasanth Assistant Professor, Department of Management Sudharsan College of Arts and Science, Keelapaluvanji, Perumanadu, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: Effective Management Strategies, Women Employers, Dynamic Workplace, Communication, Goal Setting, Feedback, Mentoring


This paper explores effective management strategies for women employers in today’s dynamic workplace. Women employers face unique challenges in leadership roles, including bias and discrimination, unequal pay, lack of opportunities for career advancement, and work-life balance issues. To succeed in the dynamic workplace, women employers must develop their leadership skills, communicate effectively, set clear goals, seek feedback, develop mentoring relationships, embrace diversity, and build a support network. This paper reviews the literature on effective management strategies for women employers in the dynamic workplace, including studies on leadership development, communication, mentoring, diversity and inclusion, and work-life balance. The paper highlights the importance of prioritizing well-being, resilience, adaptability, and innovation in leadership. By implementing these strategies, women employers can overcome obstacles, achieve their goals, and promote a positive work environment that fosters collaboration, innovation, and success.

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