Johari Window is a psychological technique that describes the relationship and mutual understanding of an individual and a group’s members to improve their performance. The tool consists of 56 adjectives and 4 categories known as windows, namely, Open area, Hidden area, Blindspot, and Unknown area. These are given to the participants, from which they are to choose about 4 or 5 adjectives for themselves and others. The choices are then mapped to identify the level of understanding of each other. However, this technique aims to increase the mentions under Open Area and decrease the mentions under Hidden or Unknown areas.