The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of overlap and difference can be built up.
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able adaptable brave calm cheerful clever energetic extroverted giving idealistic ingenious introverted modest nervous observant organised patient proud quiet religious self-assertive sensible tense
(Hover over a word to see how many people chose it.)
able (0%) accepting (11%) adaptable (0%) bold (11%) brave (0%) calm (0%) caring (33%) cheerful (0%) clever (0%) complex (0%) confident (22%) dependable (33%) dignified (11%) energetic (0%) extroverted (0%) friendly (33%) giving (0%) happy (11%) helpful (22%) idealistic (0%) independent (11%) ingenious (0%) intelligent (22%) introverted (0%) kind (11%) knowledgeable (11%) logical (22%) loving (11%) mature (33%) modest (0%) nervous (0%) observant (0%) organised (0%) patient (0%) powerful (11%) proud (0%) quiet (0%) reflective (11%) relaxed (11%) religious (0%) responsive (11%) searching (11%) self-assertive (0%) self-conscious (11%) sensible (0%) sentimental (22%) shy (22%) silly (22%) spontaneous (11%) sympathetic (11%) tense (0%) trustworthy (33%) warm (22%) wise (11%) witty (22%)
Squee thinks: trustworthy, kind, mature, caring, dependable, confident.
Kristin ~siren~ thinks: warm, trustworthy, dependable, helpful, intelligent, witty.
Insomniac (Ali) thinks: knowledgeable, intelligent, caring, powerful, wise.
l thinks: sentimental, self-conscious, silly, searching, friendly.
Hi thinks: shy, silly, spontaneous, sympathetic, sentimental, responsive.
mitulkumar thinks: confident, friendly, helpful, logical, happy.
anonymous thinks: relaxed, bold, independent, trustworthy, witty.
Anon. thinks: friendly, mature, loving, warm, dignified, caring.
R'aheine thinks: accepting, dependable, shy, logical, reflective, mature.
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