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Johari Window & TA

Johari Window & TA

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Johari window
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to:navigation, search  An empty Johari window, with the "Rooms" arranged clockwise, starting with Room 1 atthe top leftA
Johari window
is a cognitive psychologicaltool created byJoseph Luft andHarry Inghamin 1969 in the United States, used to help people better understand their interpersonalcommunication andrelationships. It is used primarily inself-help groups and corporate settings as a heuristicexercise. When performing the exercise, the subject is given a list of 56 adjectives and picks fiveor six that they feel describe their own personality. Peers of the subject are then given thesame list, and each pick five or six adjectives that describe the subject. These adjectivesare then mapped onto a grid.
Charles Handycalls this concept the Johari House with four rooms. Room 1 is the part of ourselves that we see and others see. Room 2 is the aspect that others see but we are notaware of. Room 3 is the most mysterious room in that the unconscious or subconscious part of us is seen by neither ourselves nor others. Room 4 is our private space, which weknow but keep from others.The concept is clearly related to the ideas propounded in theMyers-Briggs TypeIndicator   programme, which in turn derive from theories about the personality firstexplored by the pioneering psychologist Carl Jung.
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Adjectives that are selected by both the participant and his or her peers are placed into the
Open
quadrant. This quadrant represents traits of the participant of which both they andtheir peers are aware.Adjectives selected only by the participant, but not by any of their peers, are placed intothe
Hidden
quadrant, representing information about the participant of which their peersare unaware. It is then up to the participant whether or not to disclose this information.Adjectives that are not selected by the participant but only by their peers are placed intothe
Blind Spot
quadrant. These represent information of which the participant is notaware, but others are, and they can decide whether and how to inform the individualabout these "
blind spots
".Adjectives which were not selected by either the participant or their peers remain in the
Unknown
quadrant, representing the participant's behaviors or motives which were notrecognized by anyone participating. This may be because they do not apply, or becausethere is collective ignorance of the existence of said trait.Johari adjectives: A Johari Window consists of the following 56 adjectives used as possible descriptions of the participant. In alphabetical order they are:
able
accepting
adaptable
 bold
 brave
calm
caring
cheerful
clever 
complex
confident
dependable
dignified
energetic
extroverted
friendly
giving
happy
helpful
idealistic
independent
ingenious
intelligent
introverted
kind
knowledgea ble
logical
loving
mature
modest
nervous
observant
organized
 patient
 powerful
 proud
quiet
reflective
relaxed
religious
responsive
searching
self-assertive
self-conscious
sensible
sentimental
shy
silly
smart
spontaneous
sympathetic
tense
trustworthy
warm
wise
witty
 
[edit] Motivational equivalent
The concept of meta-emotions categorized by basicemotions offers the possibility of a meta-emotional window as a motivational counterpart to the meta-cognitive Johariwindow.
[edit] Appropriation of name
In September 2008, New York indie bandCarlonreleased anLP titled
 JohariWindow
on Rope-a-Dope Records.
A second season episode of the TV show 
 was titled "Johari Window",airing on January 14, 2010.An empty Johari window, with the "Rooms" arranged clockwise, starting with Room 1 atthe top leftA
Johari window
is a cognitive psychologicaltool created byJoseph Luft andHarry Inghamin 1969 in the United States, used to help people better understand their interpersonalcommunication andrelationships. It is used primarily inself-help groups and corporate settings as a heuristicexercise. When performing the exercise, the subject is given a list of 56 adjectives and picks fiveor six that they feel describe their own personality. Peers of the subject are then given thesame list, and each pick five or six adjectives that describe the subject. These adjectivesare then mapped onto a grid.
Charles Handycalls this concept the Johari House with four rooms. Room 1 is the part of ourselves that we see and others see. Room 2 is the aspect that others see but we are notaware of. Room 3 is the most mysterious room in that the unconscious or subconscious part of us is seen by neither ourselves nor others. Room 4 is our private space, which weknow but keep from others.The concept is clearly related to the ideas propounded in theMyers-Briggs TypeIndicator   programme, which in turn derive from theories about the personality firstexplored by the pioneering psychologist Carl Jung.
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