Johari Window template

Illustrate and improve group dynamics.

Easy to use

Easy to use

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Built-in collaboration

Built-in collaboration

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Seamless sharing

Seamless sharing

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The Johari Window is a framework for illustrating and improving self awareness and mutual understanding within a group. It uses four quadrants: the “open area” which represents what an individual knows about themselves and what other group members know about them, the “blindspot” which is what other group members know but the individual doesn’t know about themselves, the “hidden area” that an individual knows about themselves but other group members don’t, and the “unknown area” that neither the individual nor the group members know.

About the Johari Window template

What does “Johari” mean?

“Johari” is a combination of the names of the two men who created the Johari window, Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham. 

What does the Johari Window do?

The Johari window helps your team to improve communication and enhance productivity. One of your primary goals when using the Johari Window is to expand the “Open Area.” 

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