An intriguing post by John Renfrew, well worth a read for those interesting in growth and in Cognitive Dissonance:
The Johari window is a technique created by created by psychologists Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in 1955, and is a starting point to look at the relationship between ourselves and others. In our world of work this can be applied to the things we know, not about ourselves but technical skills or facts, and that which others know or don’t. The lower right quadrant is where innovation and discovery occur, but the important question is what we do with the top right. Things that others know but we don’t.