Here’s a summary of how to place the adjectives:
PLANE 1 /Arena – Adjectives selective by the individual and peers or significant others are placed in Arena.
PLANE 2 / Facade – Adjectives selected by the individual only are placed in 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.
Here’s a list of the positive adjectives commonly used in the Johari Window exercise (of course there are negative ones as well):
Below is the example of the template which is filled up as a part of the activity
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