The Johari Window
Building Self-Awareness and Trust
Have you ever been part of a team whose members were all open and honest with one another?
If so, then chances are you worked extremely effectively together. You and your colleagues likely knew everyone's strengths and weaknesses, and enjoyed high levels of trust. Such a positive working environment probably helped to create a top-performing, tight-knit unit.
Teams rely on a combination of self-awareness and trust to run like a finely tuned machine. But how do you build those qualities?
In this article and in the video, below, we look at how you and your team members can use the Johari Window to develop self-awareness, trust and communication, and so grow as people and as colleagues.
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What Is the Johari Window?
The Johari Window may sound rather exotic, but the title is simply a combination of the names of psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham, who created the model in 1955.