His Own Words: Video & Audio

“The core of public relations practice is knowledge of human nature.  The unduplicated factor that unifies our activities is the question: How will publics respond in the real world of humanity?  Our unique skill is understanding and interpreting human nature to other disciplines that tend to see people as numbers, as able to be manipulated, as stupid.  When you scrape everything else away, it is the public relations professional who must advise management colleagues that the neat, quantified, computer-based plan won’t work because it fails to take account of the people who must carry it out.”  

To really understand the uniqueness of Pat, one really had to sit in one of his lectures. Though recordings are not the same, they will now have to do.  We will continue to upload new finds as we come across them.  If you have any to share please send us the tapes or a link if they are already online.

NSPRA, the National School Public Relations Association, also has audio and video tapes of Pat available.  (at www.nspra.org)

And finally, some of these tapes were quite old; we apologize in advance for any audio of visual difficulties.  Also, some lectures were done with professional colleagues;  so you will be educated by them as well!

Speeches & Lectures: Videos

 

Best Of Pat Jackson
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Coalition Building 
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Behavioral StrategiesTo Lead PR Through the Nineties
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JJ&W 1984 Originals
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Issues and Perceptions
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Ambassador Issues Training
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Ambassador Skills Training
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PRSA Symposium on Professionalism, 1986
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WAM Convention General Session, Issues Management, 1989 
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PRSA/Yankee Chapter: Do you really need to publish? 1989
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Public Affairs Development Seminar 1990
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Free Speech with Pat Jackson & Dick Dyer  1991
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Signa Awards Dinner Current Issues Facing PR Professionals
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Continental Cablevison Goverment Relations Seminar
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Unedited version of Otto Lerbinger Interviewing Pat Jackson Fellows Project 1992

Edited version of Otto Lerbinger Interviewing Pat Jackson Fellows Project 1992 (22:41)

Relationship Building Skills "Working with Key Publics and the Media" with Dick Dyer 1992
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Patrick Jackson, National President PRSA 1980 (:55)

Pat Jackson at Portsmouth Schools  (2:03)

Yankee Chapter "Meatpaper Planning" (2:03)

Communication Non-Defensively"; "Dealing with Conflict"; "Speaking Effectively" "Can We Talk" (1:13) part audio only; others audio and video

PRSA Legends Lunch 2001 (:33) ends mid-speech

Patrick Jackson Tribute PRSA Monday Lunch 2001 (:33)

Opening 93 Leadership Conference & Patrick Jackson 1993 (1:46)

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Speeches & Lectures: Audios

How to be a Consultant in One Easy Step
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Defining Public Relations
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The Strategic Planning Factor 1988
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Combining Systems Engineering, Building Public Relations 1989
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Strategic Planning for Marketing Support 1988
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History of Activism P1 & P2;
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Issues Anticipation
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Animal Rights Activists, 1983, with Isobel Parke 
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Overview of Public Relations 1986, 
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Are Your Ethics Showing Part 1 & 2 Track1Track 2 Track 3 Track 4

Is There Room At The Top, 1987, with Meg Dooley
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Marketing is a 4-letter word, 1982
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How to Prepare, Plan & Mange a Crisis 1987
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Public Relations Part 1,2 & 3, 1986
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Public Relations Part 4,5,6, 1986
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PRSA Luncheon Address PRSA PResident 
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DNC Communications 

Basic Pr

Corporate Planning, public Affair Interface; Using Research, 1980
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Trustees and the Media, with Jim Fisher, 1980 
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Upward Influence of Bosses 

PR Debate of Accreditation
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Place of PR in Organization & PR vs. Marketing, 1985
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Team Management of School Relations, 1991
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Creating A Culture for Change,

Behavioral Underpinnings: Key To Achieving Change
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Should Bevelopment Report to PR
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Dallas PRSA 1979
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Growth Managment
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Meeting The Challenge
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How to Sell your Programs to Adminstration & Board 
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Communicating in a Crisis
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Using Research 
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