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English definition of “360-degree feedback”

360-degree feedback

noun [U]
 
 
(also 360-degree appraisal, also full-circle feedback) HR
information that someone gets regularly about how well they are doing their job from each group of people they work with, for example their managers, the people they manage, and sometimes also their customers: This exercise is aimed at providing leaders with 360-degree feedback for improving their leadership abilities.
(Definition of 360-degree feedback from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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