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360-degree feedbacknoun [U]

uk   us   (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 ​providingleaders with 360-degree ​feedback for ​improving their ​leadershipabilities.
(Definition of 360-degree feedback from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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