The Johari Window was developed and named after Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham at the University of California in the 1950s. It is a four-paneled window that represents what is known by ourselves and what is known by others. The four panels will increase or decrease in size depending on how much you disclose or hide with the other individual. For example, you may find someone's mannerisms to be annoying or their clothing style horrendous.

For example, someone may have fear of heights, an unusual shoe size, or a strange favorite color.
Learning more about the Johari window will enable you to better understand your team members.
In a situation where people have just met, the open area would be fairly small, and the other three areas would be large. Contrast this with the Johari Window of a close family member where the open area would be larger than the other three.

The diagram may take any shape depending on the relationship and familiarity of the people involved.

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