CNLP 522: Cynt Marshall on Becoming CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, Reversing Toxic and Abusive Culture, What She’s Learned from Mark Cuban and What He’s Learned from Her

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Dallas Mavericks CEO, Cynt Marshall, talks about how a traumatic childhood propelled her into school and leadership, her rise to the top at AT&T, becoming the CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, reversing a toxic and abusive culture, and what Mark Cuban is learning from her and what she’s learning from him.

Welcome to Episode 522 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts and listen for free.

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Compassion

I love Compassion.

Our church has partnered with them for years, and we’ve seen how it helps our congregation focus on others and engage globally in tangible ways.

You may not know that in all 26 countries where Compassion works, they partner exclusively with local churches to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. The local church is the hero.

As your church begins preparing for the holiday season and encouraging generosity, Compassion has a really cool opportunity called the Giving Tree.

It’s a simple way for your church to share the love of Jesus with children in need by decorating a tree with ornaments that represent a variety of gift options. Each gift is designed to meet a practical need for a child in poverty.

Check it out and sign up at compassion.com/GivingTree/Carey. You can request a free ornament kit from the website, set up a tree in your church lobby, and invite families to be a part of changing lives with their giving.

BELAY

Sometimes, as leaders, we think there’s no way someone could do the job as well as we can. It’s easy to feel like we have to have our hands in everything for our organization to succeed.

But the truth is no one accomplishes anything great alone. I know I certainly haven’t, and one of the people by my side was my BELAY virtual assistant who helped me accomplish more, juggle less and get back to what only I could do: growing my organization.

With BELAY, there was no stack of resumes in front of me. No months of waiting to find the right candidate. Just a qualified person ready to go when you are, matched to your team and your needs as a leader.

BELAY’s modern staffing solutions have been helping busy leaders like us delegate tasks like sermon preparation, volunteer coordination or supporting new members.

With BELAY, you’re intentionally paired with U.S.-based contractors providing virtual assistant, accounting, social media and website services to level up your organization through the power of delegation.

Maybe you’re thinking you can’t afford to bring on help. But if you’re a leader trying to do it all, this is easily one of the best investments you can make for your organization—not to mention your relationships, your parenting, and your mental health.

As an exclusive for our listeners, BELAY has a VIP offer. To claim it, just text CAREY to 55123. Get the support you need to get out of the administrative weeds, and back to growing your organization with BELAY.

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Carey Nieuwhof

Carey Nieuwhof is a best-selling leadership author, speaker, podcaster, former attorney, and church planter. He hosts one of today’s most influential leadership podcasts, and his online content is accessed by leaders over 1.5 million times a month. He speaks to leaders around the world about leadership, change, and personal growth.

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