Wie sehen mich andere? Die beiden Vornamen der Wissenschaftler dienten dabei auch als Namensgeber und so wurde aus Joseph und Harry das Johari Fenster manchmal auch als Johari Gitter bezeichnet. Es dient vor allem der grafischen Darstellung der Selbst- und Fremdwahrnehmung. Diese gehen zum Teil weit auseinander — was in der Praxis und im individuellen Beispiel jedoch nicht immer leicht nachvollziehbar ist. Joseph Luft sagte, das Ziel des Johari Fensters sei den gemeinsamen Handlungsspielraum transparenter und weiter zu gestalten.

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Exercises , Self-Awareness , Teambuilding Increase team feedback, trust, and self-awareness In this activity, each team member will assess themselves and then each other using the Johari Window. Through this activity, each individual will learn more about themselves and how others perceive them too. The Johari Window tool is ideal for increasing self-awareness. It includes anything about yourself that you are willing to share.

This area drives clarity and builds trust. It can also include traits that you are not sharing with others without you being aware of. Important to note: not valuing your strengths can also be a blind spot. Feedback from others can make you more aware of your negative traits but also of the positive ones you are not appreciating. Though this matrix has four quadrants, the size of each is not necessarily equal.

Preparation: You can either download the canvas or do it online. Having a hard copy is more engaging and also you can have people in the room interacting with different Johari windows rather than having to switch from one computer to another. Assign a username for each participant. Compile them into a list to be shared with everyone. Be objective and honest. Using the provided usernames, assess your teammates with the same criteria you evaluated yourself. Remember to choose only 5 and to be both honest and objective.

Fill In the Johari Window Panes Compare this list with the list the individual generated about themselves. Instruct them to compare notes between self and team assessment. Spend a few minutes discussing the adjectives that appear in the open quadrant.

Ask an individual to disclose by talking about one of the adjectives they selected for themselves, but the group did not. Have the individual select one of the adjectives the group has identified, but the individual did not. The group now has the opportunity to give some feedback to the individual about this adjective. Coaching Tips Use the following questions to promote reflection and learnings: How easy or difficult was it to select the adjectives to describe yourself?

How easy or difficult was it to select the adjectives to describe your team members? After comparing feedback, what were you surprised by? How can you apply what you learned about you and your teammates to improve collaboration? Remind the team not to be judgmental. There are no right or wrong answers. The purpose of this exercise is not to provide a score but to help people uncover the areas that are not visible to them.

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The Johari Window Team Building Activity

Teams funktionieren am effektivsten, wenn die im offenen Quadranten enthaltenen Informationen maximiert werden. Dies kann als bewegliche Information nach oben betrachtet werden. Selbstfindung : Informationen, die horizontal aus dem unbekannten Quadranten in den verborgenen Quadranten gezogen werden. Gemeinsame Entdeckung : Durch gemeinsame Anstrengungen kann Wissen vom unbekannten in den offenen Quadranten verschoben werden.


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The model consists of four quadrants, each of which determines a different combination. These combinations are a result of facts known or unknown by oneself about himself along with the facts known or unknown to others. To better understand this model, let us go through the following four possible combinations of the Johari Window Model: Arena: The arena or open area represents everything which is made public or is commonly known oneself and to others too. Blind Spot: The area of talent or a specific trait or behaviour of a person which can be positive or negative, known to others; however, the person himself is unaware of it. Facade: It is a hidden area which is secretly known to the person alone, i. Unknown Area: The area which remains undiscovered by the person himself or herself and also hidden from others, is termed as unknown areas. This area consists of new opportunities and scope for development along with threats and uncertainties.

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