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The New Johari Window #7: Complexity and the Postmodern Condition

The New Johari Window #7: Complexity and the Postmodern Condition

The postmodern condition suggests that there is a critical need for discernment. We must be careful in choosing the type of feedback we wish to receive and the people from whom we want feedback.

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The New Johari Window #6: Awareness of Self and the Postmodern Condition

The New Johari Window #6: Awareness of Self and the Postmodern Condition

We live in a world of complexity, uncertainty and turbulence that continues to call into question our sense of a coherent self and our sense of a consistent set of interpersonal relationships.

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The New Johari Window #5: Interpersonal Needs

The New Johari Window #5: Interpersonal Needs

Inclusion, Control, and Affection (later called Openness). Will Schutz suggests that these three needs are sufficient to explain and predict interpersonal behavior.

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The New Johari Window #4: Three Perspectives on Human Relationships

The New Johari Window #4: Three Perspectives on Human Relationships

I specifically look at human interaction and the Johari Window from three perspectives—three ways in which to appreciate the deep nature of interpersonal relationships.

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The New Johari Window #3: Locus of Control

The New Johari Window #3: Locus of Control

For some of us, there is a bias toward the intra-psychic demands and potentials of life. For others, the external demands and potentials hold great sway

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The New Johari Window #2: Models of Interpersonal Awareness

The New Johari Window #2: Models of Interpersonal Awareness

Joe Luft’s original model contained four quadrants that represented the total person in relation to other persons. These four quadrants also define the essential features of the New Johari Window.

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The New Johari Window #1: Beginning a Journey

The New Johari Window #1: Beginning a Journey

Interpersonal effectiveness is not just a matter of social or interpersonal intelligence and not just a matter of interpersonal competence. It is also a matter of becoming more fully aware of the multiple dimensions in which human interactions operate.

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