3 Questions for Women to Ask About How They Define Their Skill Set

Many often have blind spots regarding their best attributes

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The Johari window is a tool for getting at what we don’t know about ourselves: our blind spots. When I first learned about it in graduate school, I thought of blind spots as negative. Not knowing what others readily perceive about us seemed like a liability. But the longer I am an executive coach for women in leadership, the more I see how many women have blind spots about their positive traits.