Johari Window in 360 Degree Feedback

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Johari Window in 360 Degree Feedback

The model can serve as a useful tool for the 360-degree appraisal system particularly in situations where the focus is on soft skills as against hard facts about performance figures. It can be ideal for a service industry or an NGO where communication and persuasion is required.

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Johari Window and 360 Degree Feedback

One of the great benefits of undergoing a 360 degree feedback evaluation is that it increases self-awareness. The feedback allows employees to discover their strengths, weaknesses and blind spots (behaviors and actions that they exhibit but are not aware of). Uncovering these blind spots I could be a focus for continuous improvement as it enables the individual to focus on developing skills in these overlooked areas.
So indeed Johari has a great natural fit with a 360 degree feedback process. Because the Johari Window model helps to understand that there are areas of development that individuals are aware of, areas that are known, and areas that are not known—both to ourselves and to others.
Johari helps people to be aware that these areas exist and that they impact their behaviors, and provides individuals with a greater understanding of improvement/development areas that may have the greatest impact on their behavioral performance.

 

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