Johari Window

Johari Window is a model developed in the 1950’s at the University of California. It clearly shows the advantages of open communication and feedback in all forms of cooperation. By receiving feedback and being perceptive it’s possible to discover how others perceive you, your character and social acting. It’s a table of four fields; the Arena (what you know about yourself, and what other knows about you) the Facade (what I know about myself, but others don’t), the Blind Spot (what others know about me that I don’t know) and the Unknown field (what I and others don’t know about myself.)

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