360 degree feedback

  

Definition

Performance-appraisal data collected from 'all around' an employee his or her peers, subordinates, supervisors, and sometimes, from internal and external customers. Its main objective usually is to assess training and development needs and to provide competence-related information for succession planning not promotion or pay increase. Also called multi-rater assessment, multi-source assessment, multi-source feedback.

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  • Today was a really bad day for Kevin, because today was the day he would be receiving his 360 degree feedback.

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  • You should always try and get 360 degree feedback so that you know you are breaking things down from every angle.

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  • You should always try to get 360 degree feedback so you get many different opinions on how something is going.

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