Definition of 360-degree feedback noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


360-degree feedback

BrE BrE//ˌθriː ˌhʌndrəd ən ˌsɪksti dɪˌɡriː ˈfiːdbæk//
; NAmE NAmE//ˌθriː ˌhʌndrəd ən ˌsɪksti dɪˌɡriː ˈfiːdbæk//
(also 360-degree appraisal
; NAmE
[uncountable] (business)
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information provided by all the people that an employee deals with, used as a way of deciding how well the employee does their job 360-degree feedback assessments 360-degree feedback surveys assess your strengths and weaknesses. 360-degree feedback can be invaluable for improving managerial performance.
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: 360-degree feedback