Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Johari Window: a type of exercise or tool designed for people to understand their interpersonal relationships in a better way.
Last year at the art gallery where I work, Cordelia (my supervisor), thought it would be a good idea for all of us to do a Johari Window exercise.
It works like this. There is a master list of adjectives that describe personality traits and the selections are arranged into four quadrants of a "window"
The result? My peers think I'm complex, nervous, self-conscious and tense.
I sound like a Chihuahua.