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Johari Window—Pre-MBTI

Known to Self Unknown to Self


1: Public Area 2: Blind Area The Johari Window:
The Johari Window model demonstrates
how our willingness to self-disclose
Known to Others

affects our relationships with others. The


model can apply to dyadic relationships
(between two people) as well as to
relationships among several group
members (such as our staff).

The Johari Window describes four types


of information about you. The quadrants
may appear to be the same size, but that
may not be the case—depending on the
amount you disclose to others, or
information that you come to know
about yourself, various squares may be
3: Hidden Area 4: Unknown filled with more or less information than
others.

Instructions:
Unknown to Others

Look at this in terms of both workplace


characteristics and general personality
characteristics. Fill out quadrants 1 and
3: list what information about yourself is
mutually known—both to you and to
those you interact with on staff.

In the third quadrant, write which areas


are hidden to others on staff but are
known to you.