The Johari Window: How To Build Self-Awareness and Achieve Success

Johari Window How Build Self-Awareness Achieve Success

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.

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ADJECTIVES

Here’s a list of the positive adjectives commonly used in the Johari Window exercise (of course there are negative ones as well):

AbleIndependentResponsive
AcceptingIngeniousSearching
AdaptableIntelligentSelf-assertive
BoldIntrovertedSelf-Conscious
BraveKindSensible
Caring KnowledgeableSentimental
CheerfulLogicalShy
CleverLovingSilly
ComplexMatureSpontaneous
ConfidentModestSympathetic
DependableObservantTense
DignifiedNervousTrustworthy
EnergeticOrganizedWarm
ExtrovertedPatientWise
FriendlyPowerfulWitty
GivingProud
HappyQuiet
HelpfulReflective
IdealisticRelaxed
Religious

Related: 8 Effective Ways You Can Cultivate Positive Thinking

Below is the example of the template which is filled up as a part of the activity

Johari Window

References:

  1. Luft, J., & Ingham, H. (1961). The johari window. Human Relations Training News, 5(1), 6-7.
  2. Luft, J., & Ingham, H. (1961). The Johari Window: a graphic model of awareness in interpersonal relations. Human relations training news, 5(9), 6-7.
  3. Smith, R. E., Carraher, E., & DeLisle, P. Johari Window Model. Leading Collaborative Architectural Practice, 221-224.
  4. Verklan, M. T. (2007). Johari Window: a model for communicating to each other. The Journal of perinatal & neonatal nursing, 21(2), 173-174.
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