Carl Jung hypothesizes that much apparently random behavior is actually quite orderly and consistent, based on the way people prefer to use their perception and judgment. Leaders also have a big responsibility to promote a culture and expectation for open, honest, positive, helpful, constructive, sensitive communications, and the sharing of knowledge throughout their organization.
For me stepping out of the box of modern leadership is to build my critical thinking skills and to pursue the philosophy of critical postmodernism. You would rather deal with technical tasks and problems than with social and interpersonal issues. Our blind selves may remain blind because others will not discuss this part of us for a range of reasons.
The unknown area can be reduced in different ways: You do not commit yourself to the group, making it difficult for them to know where you stand on issues.
Large unknown areas would typically be expected in younger people, and people who lack experience or self-belief.
Group members and managers can take some responsibility for helping an individual to reduce their blind area - in turn increasing the open area - by giving sensitive feedback and encouraging disclosure. Some people are more resilient than others - care needs to be taken to avoid causing emotional upset.
Also, other group members can help a team member expand their open area by offering feedback, sensitively of course. What you see in me What you do not see in me What I see in me The Public Self What I do not see in me The Blind Self The Undiscovered Self The Naive Persona may also be something of a bull in a china shop, for example using aggression without realizing the damage that it does, and can thus be disliked or feared.
The Unknown Window - The Turtle The fourth window suggests a person who characteristically participates by observing.
Further, our attitudes toward the world and others are based on a preference for extroversion or introversion. If you are in this window, you tell the group what you think of them, how you feel about what is going on in the group, and where you stand on group issues. You have an "Aha" experience when you suddenly perceive a relationship between a here-and-now transaction in the group and a previous event.
The norms developed by your group for giving and receiving feedback facilitate this kind of exchange.
Discovery through sensitive communications, active listening and experience, will reduce the unknown area, transferring in part to the blind, hidden areas, depending on who knows what, or better still if known by the person and others, to the open free area. I agree, yet, I think they are present in even quite postmodern enterprises, and JoHari Window is one way to make the unconscious assumptions conscious to the entire group.
It can require courage to accept others' honest views and also to share your deeper self, plumbing the depths of the undiscovered self. Some people are more keen and able than others to disclose. Despite this quaint naming it is, in fact, a very useful way of understanding something of how our self may be divided into four parts that we and others may or may not see.
This makes it useful for facilitators, therapists and consultants. That was in the s and s. Her co-workers knew a little about her and in this context the unknown and hidden areas will be larger and the open area will be small.
Some people are more keen and able than others to disclose. The Johari Window soon became a widely used model for understanding and training self-awareness, personal development, improving communications, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, team development and inter-group relationships.
They may deliberately enter states of non-thinking and revel in such intuitive paradoxes as knowing through not knowing. Also as with soliciting feedback, the process of serious disclosure relates to the process of 'self-actualization' described in Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs development and motivation model.
As a consequence, you do not know how you are coming across to other people or what impact you have on others. For me, there is a huge unknown about leadership and influence.The Johari Window model was developed by American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in the 's, while researching group dynamics.
Today the Johari Window model is especially relevant due to modern emphasis on, and influence of, 'soft' skills, behaviour, empathy, cooperation, inter-group development and interpersonal.
The Johari Window sounds somewhat esoteric until you learn that it was devised by two men called Joseph and Harry. Despite this quaint naming it is, in fact, a very useful way of understanding something of how our self may be divided into four parts that we and others may or may not see.
The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of overlap and difference can be built up.
The Johari Window model was developed by American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in the 's, while researching group dynamics.
Today the Johari Window model is especially relevant due to modern emphasis on, and influence of, 'soft' skills, behaviour, empathy, cooperation, inter-group development and interpersonal development. The 'Johari' window model is a convenient method used to achieve this task of understanding and enhancing communication between the members in a group.
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