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The role of managers in the Great Reshuffling

Fireside chat with Natasha Kehimkar

Reshuffling Manager Woman Leading Team

Why your top talent is leaving and how your managers can win them back

In recent months, a new name has evolved that serves as a succinct description of several post-pandemic trends sweeping society: “The Great Reshuffling.”

In August, 4.3 million people in the United States resigned, accounting for 3% of the workforce. Something unusual and important is happening among American employees in the aftermath of the pandemic.

The majority of analysts have dubbed this phenomenon “the Great Resignation,” but not everyone feels that this popular phrase accurately describes what’s going on among employees. While a large number of individuals are leaving at the moment, numerous top CEOs argue that calling this period “the Great Reshuffle” is a better way to convey labor’s present review of priorities and ambitions.

Experts have speculated many reasons for this phenomenon, but according to a research by Gallup: the No. 1 reason people change jobs is for career growth opportunities.

Turning managers into leaders

Great managers are more effective at reducing turnover than anyone else in your company. In fact, prior to the epidemic, Gallup Panel data revealed that most employees need a wage raise of roughly 20% to be pulled away from managers who engage them.

Managers must consider more than just modifying their work-from-home policy or providing incentives. Workers want to know that their values are aligned with their job, not just that they are treated fairly.

Watch the fireside chat where Natasha Kehimkar (CEO & Founder, Malida Advisors and former CPO at AppAnnie and Fandom) shares her advice on how to engage and develop your leadership during the Great Reshuffling.


Tyler Muse CEO and Founder Lingo LIve

Tyler Muse

CEO & Founder, Lingo Live

Tyler is passionate about bringing the world closer together through meaningful human connections. As a leader, he experienced firsthand the transformative power of one-on-one coaching and built Lingo Live to marry the meaningful human connection of a private coach with the efficacy of skills-based development.

Prior to starting Lingo Live in 2012, Tyler co-founded an internationally-focused mentorship program based for multilingual youth in New York City and worked as an analyst for GE Energy Financial Services.

He lives in Dallas, TX with his wife and two kids and when he’s not spending time with them, he enjoys boxing, hanging out with his extended family, and traveling.

Natasha Kehimar

Natasha Kehimkar

CEO & Founder, Malida Advisors

Natasha is an accomplished leader with global human resources and talent acquisition experience in both entrepreneurial and established companies. She is passionate about leveraging people strategies to drive business growth and energized by opportunities to lead organization change, drive innovative solutions, coach leaders to success and develop strong HR teams.

Empower your managers during the Great Reshuffling