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Self-Awareness: How do your peers see you differently than you see yourself?

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One way to locate these blind spots is to use the Johari Window , created by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham. by Gary Cohen Self-Awareness: How do your peers see you differently than you see yourself? All leaders have blind spots –even the most self-aware among us.

The Best Version Of You

Tim Milburn

In 1955, Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham developed an interpersonal relationship and communication tool known as the Johari Window. There are a number of versions of you (and me) out there.

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Blind Spots & Johari Window

CO2

Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham created the Johari Window nearly 30 years ago to describe hum an behavior. by Calvin Guyer Blind Spots.

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The Rainmaker 'Fab Five' Blog Picks of the Week - A Look Ahead at 2011

Maximizing Possibility

Jon Ingham's Strategic HCM Blog : Is 2011 the Time to Stop Treating People Like Tools? Jon Ingham's Strategic HCM Blog : Is 2011 the Time to Stop Treating People Like Tools?

The Best Version Of You

Tim Milburn

In 1955, Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham developed an interpersonal relationship and communication tool known as the Johari Window. Tweet There are a number of versions of you (and me) out there.

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Why Less is More in Teams

Harvard Business Review

In a brilliant twist on Ringelmann, Alan Ingham and three colleagues in the 1970s decided to recreate the experiment in the basement of the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Why is it that American football uses eleven players, Canadian football twelve, and Gaelic fifteen?

July's Leadership Carnival

Michael Lee Stallard

Jon Ingham presents Chasing Stars and Socialism at Social Advantage.