Dr. Adrian McIntyre is a social scientist, storytelling strategist, and internationally recognized authority on effective communication. His on-air experience began in 1978 at the age of five as a co-host of "The Happy Day Express," the longest-running children's radio program in California history. Adrian earned his PhD in cultural anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was a Fulbright scholar and National Science Foundation research fellow. He spent nearly a decade in the Middle East and Africa as a researcher, journalist, and media spokesperson for two of the largest humanitarian relief agencies in the world. Today he advises and trains entrepreneurs, executives, and corporate teams on high-performance communication, the power of storytelling, and how to leverage digital media to build a personal leadership brand.
Rabbi Michael Beyo and Dr. Adrian McIntyre talk with Pastor Dan Hoeger about leading a diverse congregation, Lutheran theology, and how to deal with the problematic legacy of Martin Luther's antisemitism. Dan Hoeger is the senior pastor of All Saints Lutheran Church in north Phoenix. He has been a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America since 1989. Prior to that he was a lay missionary teaching ESL in Japan for 3 years. Pastor Dan has served congregations in Michigan, Colorado, Illinois, California and for the last 4 years in Phoenix, Arizona. His wife, Yumiko, is a Family Medicine Doctor, and they have two grown children. Additional Resources: All Saints Lutheran Church in Phoenix: https://www.allsaintsphoenix.org/ (https://www.allsaintsphoenix.org) Connect with All Saints Lutheran Church on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ASLCPHXAZ (https://www.facebook.com/ASLCPHXAZ) Conversation with the Rabbi is a project of the East Valley Jewish Community Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, neighborhood organization that has served individuals and families inclusive of all races, religions, and cultures since 1972. Visit us online at https://www.evjcc.org/ (https://www.evjcc.org) The show is recorded and produced in the studio of PHX.fm, the leading independent B2B online radio station and podcast studio in Phoenix, Arizona. Learn more at https://phx.fm/ (https://phx.fm)
Rabbi Michael Beyo and Dr. Adrian McIntyre talk with Kitra Cahana of Artists 4 Long-Term Care about the devastating impact of Covid-19 on long-term care homes and the role of visual art and poetry in responding to crisis. The statistic is shocking: only 1 percent of Canadians live in a retirement or long-term care home, yet 69 percent of Covid-19 fatalities in Canada have occurred in these facilities. Kitra Cahana is an award-winning photojournalist and the daughter of Rabbi Ronnie Cahana, who has lived in a long-term care home in Montreal since he experienced a massive brain stem stroke in 2011. Kitra joins us to share about her work, her family's story, and her latest project: Artists 4 Long-Term Care, an art and storytelling initiative to advocate for residents and workers in long-term care facilities during Covid-19 and beyond. Kitra is a freelance documentary photographer, videographer, a photo/video artist and a TED speaker. She is a contributing photographer to National Geographic Magazine. She has a B.A. in philosophy from McGill University and a M.A. in Visual and Media anthropology from the Freie Universitat in Berlin. Kitra is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including two Canada Council Grants for the Visual Arts, a 2016 TED Senior Fellowship, a 2015 Pulitzer Center for Investigative Reporting grant, a 2014-2015 artist residency at Prim Centre, the 2013 International Center of Photography’s Infinity Award, first prize for the 2010 World Press Photo, a scholarship at FABRICA in Italy and the Thomas Morgan internship at the New York Times. Additional Resources: Artists 4 Long-Term Care: https://www.artists4longtermcare.org/ (https://www.artists4longtermcare.org/) Follow Artists 4 Long-Term Care on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artists4longtermcare/ (https://www.instagram.com/artists4longtermcare/) Kitra's website: https://kitracahana.com/ (https://kitracahana.com/) Kitra's TED talks: https://www.ted.com/speakers/kitra_cahana/ (https://www.ted.com/speakers/kitra_cahana/) Follow Kitra on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kitracahana/ (https://www.instagram.com/kitracahana/) Conversation with the Rabbi is a project of the East Valley Jewish Community Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, neighborhood organization that has served individuals and families inclusive of all races, religions, and cultures since 1972. Visit us online at https://www.evjcc.org/ (https://www.evjcc.org) The show is recorded and produced in the studio of PHX.fm, the leading independent B2B online radio station and podcast studio in Phoenix, Arizona. Learn more at https://phx.fm/ (https://phx.fm)
Is "influencer marketing" new? Do influencers make traditional public relations and marketing communications obsolete? These are questions Abbie Fink and Adrian McIntyre discuss in today's episode. Merriam-Webster defines influence as "the power or capacity of causing an effect in indirect or intangible ways." In marketing, the use of "influencers" existed long before the digital era. Any celebrity, athlete, public figure, or scientific expert who could influence a buyer's decision was (and is) considered an influencer. But the rise of social media influencers with their own audience or following -- usually on platforms such as Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc -- has begun to change the way companies and marketing agencies alike think about the marketing mix. Influencer marketing is a strategy and a tactic, not unlike other marketing communications tactics. You still have to have a good story to tell, good content to share, and a good understanding of your target audience. Additional Resources https://hmapr.com/influencers-celeb-endorsement/ ("Is Influencer Marketing Just the New Celebrity Endorsement?" by Marissa Baker) https://hmapr.com/reaching-generation-z-in-2021/ ("Reaching Gen Z in 2021" by Justin Liggin) https://hmapr.com/mega-influencers-vs-micro-influencers/ ("Mega-Influencers vs. Micro-Influencers" by Autumn Jarrett) https://hmapr.com/influencer-report-insights/ ("Insights from Influencer Report" by Alison Bailin) https://hmapr.com/influencer-marketing-101/ ("Influencer Marketing 101 – Making Powerful Connections" by Rachel Brockway) Copper State of Mind is a project of https://hmapr.com/ (HMA Public Relations), a full-service public relations and marketing communications firm in Phoenix. The show is recorded and produced in the studio of https://phx.fm/ (PHX.fm), the leading independent B2B online radio station and podcast studio in Arizona.
Rabbi Michael Beyo and Dr. Adrian McIntyre talk with Craig Cardon, President of the Queen Creek Arizona West Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, about faith, trust, and seeking the truth. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a worldwide faith of over 16 million members, with over 30,000 congregations in more than 160 countries and territories. Each of these congregations is led by non-paid leaders selected from the congregation who serve on a limited-time, volunteer basis. The Church provides gospel resources and programs in over 110 languages. It also operates several universities; a religious education program for youth and young adults with enrollment of more than 400,000 in 170 countries; FamilySearch, the world’s largest genealogical organization; and Latter-day Saint Charities, a vast humanitarian aid program that provides nearly $1 billion annually in worldwide relief. The Church’s worldwide headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Craig Cardon was sustained as the President of the Queen Creek Arizona West Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in February 2020. He has previously served as a stake executive secretary, bishop, bishopric counselor, stake high councilor, and elder’s quorum president. President Cardon is an owner and managing partner of the Cardon Hiatt Companies, a private business and real estate investment firm with holdings throughout the United States. He currently serves on the boards of various private real estate, finance, petroleum companies, and philanthropic entities. President Cardon married Aimee L. Dean in July 1998. They are the parents of six children. He received his juris doctorate from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College in 2002 and was licensed by the State Bar of Arizona to practice law on October 22, 2002. Additional Resources: Learn more about https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/ (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Connect with Craig Cardon on https://www.linkedin.com/in/craig-cardon-2aa48b8/ (LinkedIn) Conversation with the Rabbi is a project of the East Valley Jewish Community Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, neighborhood organization that has served individuals and families inclusive of all races, religions, and cultures since 1972. Visit us online at https://www.evjcc.org/ (https://www.evjcc.org) The show is recorded and produced in the studio of PHX.fm, the leading independent B2B online radio station and podcast studio in Phoenix, Arizona. Learn more at https://phx.fm/ (https://phx.fm)
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Location
Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America
Episode Count
162
Podcast Count
18
Total Airtime
2 days, 1 hour
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 577961