Johari Window, Part IIPosted on September 21st, 2009 View Comments
I blogged about the Johari Window a few months ago here. In summary, the Johari Window is a very simple and quick exercise that any two (or more) people can engage to give and receive feedback quickly, simply, and openly. I’ve recently come across two online implementations that are fun and easy to use.
For those social media fans out there, you can use the Facebook application to share feedback with your friends and associates. What you might learn about yourself is worth the effort.
If you don’t do the Facebook thing, you can use a stand-alone web version. No registration or hoops required, but it takes a bit more work to invite others to participate.
If you haven’t already, experiment with the Johari Window with some friends, family, and/or coworkers. After filling out the form and comparing notes, a discussion to understand the results may prove even more enlightening.
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