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Hybrid working: skills for leadership
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A worked example of a Johari window diagram. Like Figure 5, there are four panels arranged in a two-by-two square, but they are different sizes. Across the top of the diagram is an arrow labelled Ask pointing from left to right; above that are the words Known to Self (on the left) and Unknown to Self (on the right). To the left of the diagram is an arrow labelled Tell that points from top to bottom. At the top of that are the words Known by Others; at the bottom of the arrow it says Unknown by Others. Pane 1 (Open Area, top left) is bigger than all the other windows, and square. An arrow labelled Feedback points to the right from this pane into Pane 2 (Blind Area, top right). An arrow labelled Shared Discovery points diagonally downwards and to the right from Pane 1 into Pane 4 (Unknown Area), which is a small square. An arrow labelled Self-Disclosure points downwards at the left-hand side of Pane 1 into Pane 3 (Hidden Arear). An arrow labelled Self-Discovery points to the right into Pane 4 (Unknown Area). Pane 3 and Pane 4 are rectangles of roughly equal size, smaller than Pane 1 but larger than Pane 4.
Figure 6 The Johari Window.

 2.7 Developing self-awareness