Johari Window

It is a psychological tool that helps individuals understand their relationships with others and themselves. It was developed by psychologists Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in 1955, combining their first names to create the term "Johari." The Johari Window consists of a four-quadrant grid that represents different aspects of an individual's self-awareness. The Johari Window is often used in various settings, such as team-building exercises, and personal development workshops.

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