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This is the path to becoming a healthy person. Aligning yourself with the truth permits a better person to eventually emerge from within. If you happen to agree then you will love the Johari Window. Years ago two gentlemen came up with this little creature.

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Read the statements marked A and B. Determine which statement is most similar to what you would do. Assign a point value to the A and B statements using the following scale. The total point value for A and B is five 5. If a friend of mine had a personality conflict with a mutual acquaintance of ours and I thought it was important for them to get along, I would: A.

Not get involved because I wouldnt be able to continue to get along with both of them once I had entered into their conflict in any way. Just let the whole thing drop to avoid making things worse by discussing it. If a friend began to avoid me and act in an aloof and withdrawn manner, I would: A. Change the subject and signal my friend to do the same. Briefly explain what the other friend was talking about and suggest that we go into it later.

Not mention any misgivings to either my friend or the leader of our group and let them handle it in their own way. Tell my friend and the group leader of my misgivings and leave the final decision to them. Not ask the others how they perceive our friend, but wait for them to bring it up with me.

If a friend pointed out that I had a personality conflict with another friend with whom it was important for me to get along, I would: A. If my relationship with a friend has been damaged by repeated arguments on an issue of importance to us both, I would: A. Explain the problems the controversy is causing for our relationship and suggest that we discuss it until we get it resolved.

Be evasive and try to keep the discussion away from me. If I thought an ugly rumor was being spread about me and suspected that one of my friends had quite likely heard it, I would: A. Keep my opinion to myself rather than be seen as interfering in what is none of my business. If two friends and I were talking and one of them inadvertently mentioned a personal problem which involved me, but of which I knew nothing, I would: A.

Press them for information about the problem and their opinions on it. Leave it up to my friends to tell me or not, letting them change the subject if they wished. If a friend seemed to be preoccupied and began to jump on me for seemingly unimportant things, as well as others without real cause, I would: A. If I had begun to dislike certain habits of a friend to the point that it was interfering with my enjoyment of their company, I would: A.

Get my feelings out in the open and clear the air so that we could continue our friendship comfortably and enjoyably. In discussing social behavior with one of my more sensitive friends, I would: A. If I knew my friends attitudes toward me had become rather negative lately and I knew I might be assigned an important position in our group, I would: A. Discuss my shortcomings with my friends so I could see where to improve. Try to figure out my own shortcomings by myself so I could improve.

Johari Window Scoring Sheet Below are two columns where you are to record the points you assigned for each response to the Johari Window Questionnaire. Total the points at the bottom of each column.

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Read the statements marked A and B. Determine which statement is most similar to what you would do. Assign a point value to the A and B statements using the following scale. The total point value for A and B is five 5. If a friend of mine had a personality conflict with a mutual acquaintance of ours and I thought it was important for them to get along, I would: A.

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Understanding the Johari Window model

Over the years, alternative terminology has been developed and adapted by different people - particularly leading to different descriptions of the four regions, hence the use of different terms in this explanation. The Johari Window soon became a widely used model for understanding and training self-awareness, personal development, improving communications, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, team development and inter-group relationships. The Johari Window actually represents information - feelings, experience, views, attitudes, skills, intentions, motivation, etc - within or about a person - in relation to their group, from four perspectives, which are described below. The model can also be used to represent the same information for a group in relation to other groups. However, for ease of explanation and understanding of the model and examples in this article, think of the model applying to an individual within a group, rather than a group relating to other groups.

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In this example we are going to talk about how the Johari window works with an individual within a team. In this instance there are two factors at work within the Johari window. The first factor is what you know about yourself. The second factor relates to what other people know about you. The model works using four area quadrants. Anything you know about yourself and are willing to share is part of your open area. Individuals can build trust between themselves by disclosing information to others and learning about others from the information they in turn disclose about themselves.

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