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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Stackhouse. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Stackhouse, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Stackhouse. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Stackhouse, often where they are interviewed.

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Can I Believe? An Interview With John Stackhouse

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In this episode, I talk to Dr. John Stackhouse, author of Can I Believe? We have a great discussion about the nature of faith and what it takes for thoughtful people to consider Christianity. Make sure to check out John's website.

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Nov 07 2020 · 42mins
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Leveraging the value of Canadians living abroad — a LIVE! Q&A with John Stackhouse

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Have you ever thought about the value of Canadians living overseas or in other countries? It turns out that well over 2 million Canadians are living outside of Canada at any given time, and they’re not just traveling — they are working, living, teaching, and succeeding elsewhere. That’s a valuable asset, and one that John... Read More
Nov 05 2020 · 35mins

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An interview with John Stackhouse

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We talk to John Stackhouse about his recent book Planet Canada, and discuss the Canadian diaspora's role abroad.

Oct 23 2020 · 53mins
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Ep. 17: John Stackhouse on the potential of Canadian expats

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As a journalist in the ‘90s, John Stackhouse spent many years living overseas meeting and interviewing interesting people. Many of them were his fellow Canadians. He discovered that expats are keen to help their home country. When he returned, however, he found people were concerned over the number of people leaving the country—the perceived “brain drain.” 

John says that’s the wrong way to think about it. Canada’s diaspora is not a brain drain, it’s brain circulation. As people wear their maple leaves around the world, they’re building networks of insight and goodwill for Canada. But Canada doesn’t seem ready to take advantage of that network. There’s no system for connecting with that network; no way for organizations here to ask their foreign compatriots what’s happening in their local market.  

John recognizes the importance of networks and points out some prominent ones that are reshaping our society for the 21st Century. He says the global experience our expats are gaining will be critical in the coming decades. We just need a strategy for Canada’s “11th province” to join the Confederation.  

Find John on LinkedIn @John Stackhouse and Twitter @StackhouseJohn.  

Listen to John’s take on the pandemic on his podcast, RBC Disruptors

Find John’s new book, Planet Canada, at Penguin Random House Canada. 

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Oct 20 2020 · 40mins
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John Stackhouse + the Political Panel with Jenni and Scott

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Part 1 of today's pod is John Stackhouse ... making an almost unprecedented RETURN to The Herle Burly. Besides being only the guest other than Ken Dryden to be a repeat guest on our show, our original interview with John is one of the top 10 most-listened-to episodes in our podcast history!

John spent close to a quarter century at the Globe and Mail. As a foreign correspondent, editor of Report on Business and then finally, Editor-in-Chief. Today, he’s a Senior Vice-President, office of the CEO, at the Royal Bank of Canada where he advises leadership on emerging trends in the Canadian economy. He’s also the author of a new book, launching tomorrow called, “Planet Canada: How our Expats are Shaping the Future” in which he argues that our country’s greatest untapped resource may be the 3 million Canadians who don’t live here anymore. We’ll talk about that, plus, we’ll dive deep into the COVID and post-COVID economy.

For Part 2, we’ll bring on our Political Panel ... those creators of memorable strategies, and utterers of vivid expletives ... Jenni Byrne and Scott Reid. Not shockingly, we’re gonna do a lot of Trump talk today. The garden party seems to be over for the Trump campaign. We’ll discuss what Team Trump might do to stem the bleeding (besides jumping in limos and having impromptu hospital parades), plus we'll discuss Annamie Paul and what the exciting new leader might mean for the Green Party of Canada.

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Oct 06 2020 · 1hr 45mins
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Remote Podcast: A Banking Exec's Perspective on COVID-19 w. John Stackhouse, RBC

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TribalScale's CEO Sheetal Jaitly is joined by RBC's Senior VP, Office of the CEO, John Stackhouse. What's Canada's financial outlook post COVID-19? What about real estate? How will we overcome deficits? We hear a message of mental health, of what businesses we need to protect, and why our bank reps have become our therapists. Oh, and of course, what restaurant we're racing too as soon as it's safe...

May 19 2020 · 1hr
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John Stackhouse: addressing the great problems of our world

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John Stackhouse spent close to 25 years at the Globe and Mail, first as a foreign correspondent, editor of Report on Business and then finally, Editor-in-Chief at the newspaper. Today, he’s a Senior Vice-President, office of the CEO at the Royal Bank of Canada where he advises leadership on emerging trends in the Canadian economy, with a particular focus on technological change and innovation in this age of disruption. He’s also the author of 3 books, with a fourth coming out in April.

But John just returned from the “crazy, unique thing” that is Davos and so we’re going to talk about the business community, what role it’s playing positively or negatively and what role it can play in addressing the great problems of the world. And more specifically, we’ll get into climate change and how we need to reframe the energy transition as an opportunity for business, and finally the case for reshaping capitalism.

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Jan 30 2020 · 57mins
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Dr. John Stackhouse, Theology and Why It Matters

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Jul 28 2019 ·
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Episode 9 Gender, Women’s Roles, And Sexuality (feat. Dr. John Stackhouse)

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For our 4th episode this season, Sarah and Sirak sit down with Dr. John Stackhouse to discuss gender, sexuality, and the role of women in church. Dr. Stackhouse is an award-winning scholar and highly sought after public speaker who currently serves as Professor of Religious Studies & Dean of Faculty Development at Crandall University. Dr. Stackhouse loved his time with us at Winter Camp 2019 and we hope that you are blessed through this discussion!

Feb 04 2019 · 1hr 46mins
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John Stackhouse: Radical Doubt and Radical Faith—a key to faith in the postmodern world

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How can we be confident about what we know—especially in an age of scepticism? This is the question that John addresses in this compelling talk on the 'Need to Know'. You would think that Christians are on the back foot here because we rely on faith to know—but John turns the tables on the sceptics and proves that 'radical doubt' is everybody's lot in life. Strangely this leads to the only conclusion—'radical faith' must match radical doubt. The Q and A session at the end is a treasure.

Aug 11 2017 · 1hr 33mins
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