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  • 1. The Johari Window Sekolah Dian Harapan Student Orientation Day 2011
  • 2. Developed by two psychologists: Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham (the word “Johari” comes from Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham) in 1955 in the United States. The Johari Window is a communication model that can be used to improve understanding between individuals. Used to help people better understand their interpersonal communication and relationships.
  • 3. Using the Johari model, each person is represented by their own. Each of these contains and represents personal information - feelings, motivation - about the person, and shows whether the information is known or not known by themselves or other people. The Four-Quadrants
  • 4. Quadrant 1: Open Area ◦ What is known by the person about him/herself and is also known by others. ◦ We see and others see. The Four-Quadrants are: (1)
  • 5. Quadrant 2: Blind Area, or "Blind Spot" ◦ What is unknown by the person about him/herself but which others know. ◦ This can be simple information, or can involve deep issues (for example, feelings of inadequacy, incompetence, unworthiness, rejection) which are difficult for individuals to face directly, and yet can be seen by others. ◦ Others see but we are not aware of. The Four-Quadrants are: (2)
  • 6. Quadrant 3: Hidden / Avoided Area ◦ What the person knows about him/herself that others do not. ◦ Our private space, which we know but keep from others. The Four-Quadrants are: (3)
  • 7. Quadrant 4: Unknown Area ◦ What is unknown by the person about him/herself and is also unknown by others. ◦ The unconscious or subconscious part of us is seen by neither ourselves nor others. The Four-Quadrants are: (4)
  • 8. Increasing open area through feedback solicitation
  • 9. The reduction of the blind area, would normally be achieved through the process of asking for and then receiving feedback. Feedback develops the open area by reducing the blind area. The open area can also be developed through the process of disclosure, which reduces the hidden area.
  • 10. The unknown area can be reduced in different ways: ◦ by others' observation (which increases the blind area); ◦ by self-discovery (which increases the hidden area), ◦ or by mutual enlightenment - typically via group experiences and discussion - which increases the open area as the unknown area reduces.
  • 11. • God knows everything about you, your strengths and weaknesses. He knows well the perfect time and place for everything in your life, so you can be the witness of His love and mercy in this world. • God knows you best! How about The 4th Quarter?