The Johari Window
What Is The Johari Window?
The ‘Johari’ window is a helpful way to achieve understanding and enhance communication between the group members. American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham developed this Johari window model in 1955.
The Johari Window Model
1. Open/self-area or arena –
2. Blind self or blind spot –
3. Hidden area or façade –
Here’s A Summary Of How To Place The Adjectives:
PLANE 1 /Arena – Adjectives selected by the individual and peers or significant others are placed in Arena.
PLANE 2 / Facade – Adjectives selected by the individual only are placed on Facade.
PLANE 3 / Blind Spot – Adjectives selected by peers or significant others only are placed in Blind Spot.
PLANE 4 / Unknown – Adjectives not selected by anybody are placed in unknown.
The participant can use adjectives like these as possible descriptions in the Johari window.
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