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The Johari Window Joseph Luft Harry Ingham Of Human Interaction 1969. THE JOHARI WINDOW. What the colleague or supervisor knows about you. What the colleague or supervisor does not know about you. What you know about yourself. Public or Open Self. Hidden or Secret Self. What you

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The johari window joseph luft harry ingham of human interaction 1969

The Johari WindowJoseph LuftHarry InghamOf Human Interaction1969


The johari window joseph luft harry ingham of human interaction 1969

THE JOHARI WINDOW

What the colleague

or supervisor knows about you

What the colleague or supervisor does not know about you

What you

know

about

yourself

Public or Open Self

Hidden or Secret Self

What you

do not

know about

yourself

Undiscovered or

Subconscious Self

Blind Self


Public or open self

Public or Open Self

  • A person’s knowledge of his or her behaviors and other aspects of professional practice that correspond to the colleague’s or supervisor’s knowledge

  • The area in which communication occurs most effectively and where the person is least likely to be defensive

  • Goal = broaden or enlarge this “cell” with the person


Hidden or secret self

Hidden or Secret Self

  • The person knows aspects about his or her behavior and professional practice that the colleague or supervisor does not know.

  • The person tends to conceal these for fear that the supervisor may use them to punish, hurt, or exploit.

  • This “cell” demonstrates the importance of a climate of trust and credibility.


Blind self

Blind Self

  • The supervisor knows about aspects of a person’s behaviors and professional practice of which the person is unaware.

  • This “cell” size is reduced as the leadership role or supervision develops and matures.


Undiscovered self

Undiscovered Self

  • Neither the person nor the colleague or supervisor know all the potential for the person’s behavior and professional practice.

  • The size of this “cell” reduces as the leadership or supervisory role develops.


The johari window joseph luft harry ingham of human interaction 1969

The Desired Direction of Teacher Development

Public Self

Secret Self

Undiscovered

Blind Self


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