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    quadrants: - • Open/free self • Blind self • Hidden self • Unknown self ➢ The Johari Window Applied to Group Interrelations ➢ Principles ➢ Objectives ➢ View points by Will Philips • Assumptions • Initial phase of group interaction ➢ Training with Johari Window ➢ Uses of Johari Window ➢ Case study ➢ Feedback ➢ What we learn from Johari Window ➢ Bibliography Introduction Good leaders are often recognized for their qualities of genuineness

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    Johari Window

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    JOHARI Window Workbook 1 JOHARI Window Known to Self Not Known to Self Known to Others Open/Free Area Blind Area Not Known to Others Hidden Area Unknown Area The name, JOHARI Window, makes it sound like a complicated tool. In reality, Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham created the memorable name for their model by combining their first names, Joe and Harry. It was first used in 1955 and since then has become a widely used model for understanding and training in a variety of

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    Johari Window model diagrams and examples - for self-awareness, personal development, group development and understanding relationships The Johari Window model is a simple and useful tool for illustrating and improving self-awareness, and mutual understanding between individuals within a group. The Johari Window tool can also be used to assess and improve a group's relationship with other groups. The Johari Window model was developed by American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in the

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    Johari Window Template

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    In Intro to Pharmacy Practices we were asked to fill out a Johari Window template, with a list of 5 positive attributes about ourselves, and 5 negative attributes about ourselves. Then we were asked to send the list of positive attributes and negative attributes to other people (Family, co-workers, etc.) and have them send back their responses to us. The Johari Window consisted of 4 different boxes. The top left box was attributes that both the recipient and I both put as either a positive or negative

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    Communication Skills states, Johari Window of Self-Disclosure described how persons feel afraid to be rejecting or disapproval when they exposed some secrets instead they prefer to keep their secrets hidden. They can interact with others without feeling disregarding. Johari window model is an appropriate method that can be applying to achieve a better understanding and enhancing a better communication between family members, friends, coworkers, and classmates. Then, the Johari window model provides some details

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    The Johari Window Model

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    Impacts of the Johari Window Model on Society The techniques used to explain the in-depth world of interpersonal communication have had an effect on how people are able to analyze their personal communication skills. From daily communication in classrooms to romantic relationships, clear, concise communication is vital in creating healthy bonds. The Johari Window Model examines the self-perception and what areas of the self require further development in order to have confident conversations with

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    Johari Window Reflection

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    As a pharmacy student, it is important for me to develop a deeper understanding of my own self-awareness. A way I was able to do so was by creating a Johari Window. The Johari Window exercise is designed to help people better understand themselves, as well as gain knowledge about what others think about them. This exercise consists of a person looking at a list of about fifty positive adjectives and fifty negative adjectives, and choosing five of each that best describe them. The person then has

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    Johari Window Analysis

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    The Johari Window is a graphical model with four quadrants expected to increase fruitful associations inside a social occasion similarly as care. It is anything but difficult to picture what each quadrant addresses and is seen by various people as the correspondence window. An individual can see what is known not and others and what is not known not and others, by observing how one appears and gets information through the sheets. The Johari Window engages a man to portray, evaluate, and anticipate

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    What is Johari Window? According to Fee (2011), the Johari Window is a psychological model developed by two American psychologist Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in 1960’s (or 1955). The word “Johari” was combined with the first name of two psychologists. This model aims to help people understand their self-awareness and improve communications skill, as well as interpersonal relationships, team development and relationship with groups. The shape of Johari window is a two by two figure which contains

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    The Johari Window is a model analyzing the behavioral patterns of an individual which consists of four quadrants and describes one’s awareness of characteristics, emotions and motivation known to self and others in different capacities (Afolabi, 1993). It is designed to give and receive feedback freely and can be looked upon as a communication pathway to give and receive information of oneself and others (Hanson, 1973). This model allows the user to understand the differences between known and unknown

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