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Johari Window & Interpersonal Communications

Few aspects of human behavior impact our interpersonal and group relationships more than communication. However, communication is often undermined by a lack of open information exchange among individuals. The Johari Window was developed by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingram, "ŗoriginally designed to explain and encourage interpersonal communication by making participants aware of how they perceive others and how others perceive them," (Sole, 1997, p. 481). The Johari Window is a model of communication that uses a four-level grid pertaining to information exchange between individuals. The Johari Window assesses the degree to which individuals "both receive and disseminate information," including the Aren


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