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Do I See Us As You See Us? – Psychology At Work

For all you know, your mind could be playing tricks on you. Do you really see yourself and other people in the workplace or does your perception inhibit you from truly seeing at the reality around you?

According to Psychology, there are things that you alone know about yourself, things that others know about you, things that both you and others know about you, and there are blind spots in your personality which remain undetected. These four concepts are encapsulated in a heuristic (experience-based) tool that is commonly used to assess one’s understanding of interpersonal relationships and communications called the Johari window. Read the rest of this entry »