MReport April 2018

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TH E M R EP O RT | 9 Where Prime Lending Ends Citadel Servicing Begins FROM THE SOURCE SHARE THIS GLIP Share, collaborate, and message to work as one cohesive unit through Glip, a team collabora- tion app introduced by RingCentral. You can use the app on-the-go or at your desk to share files, connect through messaging, set schedules, and track the progress of various tasks and projects. The app works across teams and departments and syncs to Outlook as well as Google Calendar. The app is available in Google Store as well as iOS App Store. WATCH THIS YOUTUBE.COM, ECONOMIC CLUB ( Dan Gilbert, Founder and Chairman, Quicken Loans and Rock Ventures, spoke with Economic Club President David M. Rubenstein in Washington on the effect of interest rates on the real estate market, how property taxes would be affected by the tax bill and on the challenges of owning a sports team. TWEET THIS @IRSTAXPROS With the tax bill already introduced and the annual tax season in full swing, get the latest on how the IRS is working on implement- ing this major tax legislation for businesses and individuals. Follow the Internal Revenue Services on @IRStaxpros to get the latest on tax relief in disaster situations, filing your property tax, IRS guidance and more. READ THIS SUPERBOSSES: HOW EXCEPTIONAL LEADERS MASTER THE FLOW OF TALENT By Sydney Finkelstein Who is a superboss? Sydney Finkelstein, an acclaimed profes- sor at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business, answers this question in the bestseller Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent. Based on 10 years of research and more than 200 interviews, the book aims at recognizing practices that distinguish a superboss. Finkelstein lists three central character traits: They rely on the cohort effect; they create a master-apprentice relationship; and they say goodbye on good terms. The book features fascinating anec - dotes from people who have worked under superbosses. The compelling interviews are from across industries from the corporate boardroom to politics to the restaurant business—all with the common theme that they may appear different on the surface, but below the surface they share a standard approach to finding, nurturing, leading, and even letting go of people.

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