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Prof. V.

Viswanadham
All of us want ….. ?

Success

Happiness
Can interpersonal Relations help us in
securing more success and happiness ?
Interpersonal Relations ~

Relations
arising from and issues relating to
people interacting with other people;

Skills required for improving


interpersonal relations.
Can you have

Success and Happiness


without developing

Interpersonal Relations

and all other related skills ?


Some background …
As we grow up,
we improve our skills
at communicating
our wants and needs,
our feelings and thoughts,
with our family members,
to begin with,
and the rest of the world,
over a period of time.
We also learn to interpret
other people's wants and needs,
feelings and thoughts,
so that we are aware of
how our behaviour
impacts on others.
We find that people
with good interpersonal skills
get along well,
with people, and circumstances.

They connect with


other people effortlessly,
they seem to know
the right things to say and
they generally succeed in
whatever they do.
We find that these people
are more comfortable
with themselves,
[ implying self-management ]
and hence, we find that
we are more comfortable
in being with them.
Interestingly, we find that
interpersonal skills
are one of those things
that you'll only really notice
when someone doesn't have them!

And, understandably,
if we are not good at these skills,
it is the others who first notice it.
The good news is that
It is possible for everyone of us
to develop really effective
interpersonal skills.

The question is,


are we aware of the need, and if so,
are we interested and committed to
improving our skills, continuously ?
A commitment
to spend a little time
working on improving
your interpersonal skills
will pay huge dividends,
throughout your future life.

Once again,
the question is,
are you ready, and if so,
when are you going to begin ?
Johari -- Window.
Self Unknown
Known

K
O N
O
Open Arena Blind Area
T W
N 1 2
H
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Hidden Area Unknown Area
R
N
K
N
S O
W
3 4
N
Johari -- Window.

(4) Larger Unknown Area

2 • Indifferent Behavior.
1
• Low risk taking.

• Withdrawn.
4
3 • Non communicative.

Unknown Area • No importance to


[ I don’t know, interpersonal relations.
you also don’t know. ]
Johari -- Window.

(3) Larger Hidden Area

1 2 • Distrust.

• Masking to maintain
personal image.

• Fear of exposure of
3 own inadequacies.

4
Hidden Area • Indifferent behavior.

[ I know,
you don’t Know. ]
Johari -- Window.

2 (2) Larger Blind Area:-

1 • Distrust in others’
Blind Area competence.
[ I don’t know, • Rigid opinions.
You know ]
• Fear of failure.

3 4
Johari -- Window.

1 (1) Larger Open Area


2
• Sensitive to needs of
Open Area self and also that of others.

[ I know, • High degree of mutual trust,


you Know. ] concern and respect.

• Objective and meaningful


relations.
4 3
• Open and authentic.
 F E E D B A C
KN OWK
N UNK NOW N
 D I S C L O S U R

TO SELF TO SELF

KNOW N PU BLIC
TO OR BLIND
OTH ER S OPE N
E

UN KNO W
N PR IV ATE UN KNO WN
TO
OT HER S
J O H AR I WI NDO W
Per sonality - Analy sis.

A - The way I think I am.

B B - The way others


think I am or
about me.
D
A C C - My real-self.

D - Common area.
(Self-concept)

The persons with wider common area


become highly acceptable to
individual and society at large.
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