•What is JOHARI WINDOW •Objectives of Study •Selection of Questionnaire • Data Collection •Statistical tools •Data analysis •Conclusions •Limitations. Johari Window Questionnaire – Self Assesment – Eng – Download as Word Doc . doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. The Johari Window (Questionnaire included for self analysis) – posted in General talk: The Johari Window is a communication model that can.

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The simple online questionnaire provides instant feedback to the participant that they can positively use in understanding their personal strengths and weaknesses, what belongs in their open space. Just let the whole queetionnaire drop to avoid making things worse by discussing it.

Change the subject and signal my friend to do the same. By explaining the idea of the Johari Window to your team, you can help team members understand the value of self-disclosure, and gently encourage people to give and accept feedback.

In this instance there are two factors at work within the Johari window.

The Johari Window in a Team Context Keep in mind that established team members will have larger open areas than new team members. If statement A is most similar to what you would do: If I thought an ugly rumor was being spread about me and suspected that one of my friends had quite likely heard it, I would: Keep my opinion to myself rather than be seen as interfering in what is none of my business. Try johrai be honest and clear about what you know about yourself already.


Assign a point value to the A and B statements using the following scale. Not ask the others how they perceive our friend, but wait for them to bring it up with me. Briefly explain what the other friend was talking about and suggest that we go into it later. Disclosing harmless items builds trust.

The place to start in the Johari window is in the open area. Self-disclosure is the process by which people expand the Questuonnaire Area vertically. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Not mention any misgivings to either my friend or the leader of our group and let them handle it in their own way.

Johari Window

What are your strengths and your weaknesses? The model works using four area quadrants.

Several functions may not work. Read each numbered item carefully. The size of the Open Area can be expanded horizontally into the blind space, by seeking and actively listening to feedback from other group members. It very much depends on what you want to achieve in your training or development activities? Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

This is shown in the diagram below: Total the points at the bottom of each column.

Explain the problems the controversy is causing for our relationship and suggest that we discuss it until we get it resolved. Posted 25 March – winvow The total point value for A and B is five 5. In discussing social behavior with one of my more sensitive friends, I would: Posted 26 March – Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. When people really understand it in their own terms, it empowers them to use the thinking in their own way, and to incorporate the underlying principles into their future thinking and behaviour.


Done sensitively, this can help people build more-trusting relationships with one another, solve issues and work more effectively as a team. If anyone is interested in learning more about this individual, they reciprocate by disclosing information in their hidden quadrant.

Understanding the Johari Window model – Self Awareness

This leaves just one area and is the area that is unknown to you or anyone else — the unknown area. From a practical point of view in implementing the Johari window you need to look at two steps. Some examples of unknown factors can be as follows: Some people or cultures have a very open and accepting approach to feedback and some do not.