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Francis Wade presentation to JAHSE Symposium 2011 on the topic of Accountability. The audio can be found at The audio for this slideshow is available at ...

Francis Wade presentation to JAHSE Symposium 2011 on the topic of Accountability. The audio can be found at The audio for this slideshow is available at http://2time-sys.com/downloads/JAHSE/FrancisWadeAccountabilityJAHSEnew.mp3

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Accountability - JAHSE Symposium 2011 Accountability - JAHSE Symposium 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • Crafting a New Accountability Francis Wade Framework Consulting
  • An Inescapable, Unique Past
  • We Need to be Productive
  • Import“Mainstream” Solutions?
  • We NeedOur OwnSolutions
  • 1. Own Our Own History
  • 2. Go Past Mere Understanding
  • 3. Practice Response-able thinking
  • 1. Own Our Own History
  • “Jamaica” Meant Work
  • Force
  • Our ancestors – the compliant
  • Fear
  • Accountability Became Blame, Guilt, Punishment
  • “Work” is seen as “Theirs”
  • Case: BlackAmerica
  • Case govt job Case: A Government Job
  • Today – Invisible Threads
  • Case 1 – Migrating Jamaicans
  • Case 2 – Churches and Communities
  • Vision Appeals Don’t Work as Well
  • Identity AppealFocuses on Who You Are
  • “Gentlemen”
  • gentlemen
  • Give Up Understanding
  • Instead, Practice
  • Response-abilityContact francis@fwconsulting.com for the quote
  • Expanding the CircleWhat are you willing to be responsible for, that would be new for you?I am willing to be responsible for ___________ for the very first time.
  • Practice: Keep asking that question
  • A New Accountability Takes Work
  • We Need Our Own Solutions
  • Continuous Practice is the Answer