Johari Window

Johari Window
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Johari Window

The Johari Window

by Nathanael Okhuysen

Teams cannot function effectively without communication and shared information. When perspectives, abilities, and feelings are in the open, team relationships are dynamic and productive. Individuals can improve their team’s success by actively seeking ways to share information within the group, and by pushing for transparency, candor, and authenticity. In 1955, American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham laid out a method for individuals to visualize and understand themselves and their relationships with others. The Johari window is a tool for organizing and inventorying personal characteristics from both inside and outside perspectives.

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Johari window examples - Johari Window exercise

Storyboard Text

  • Quadrant 1: The Arena
  • Quadrant 2: Blind Spots
  • This space is visible to everyone, both the group and the individual.
  • Quadrant 3: The Façade
  • The Johari Window
  • This area is readily apparent to others but is not known by the individual.
  • Quadrant 4: The Dark
  • The individual knows this information, but it is hidden from others.
  • This area is terra incognita; no one really knows what may or may not be here.
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