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The New Johari Window #28: Quadrant Three: Interpersonal Needs

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Perhaps Greta Garbo wanted “to be alone” precisely because her interpersonal needs were so obvious. Her Quad Three-External pane may have been quite large. She may have been expressing her interpersonal needs in many different ways and in many different settings. Perhaps, this is what made her a great actress—especially in silent movies—given that film of the 1920s and 1930s depended so much on the nonverbal expression of interpersonal needs. Given this expansion of Joe Luft’s original description of Q3 (by introducing locus of control and interpersonal needs), we can now turn to the diverse perspectives on Q3 that are offered by the American, British and Continental schools.

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