Fluid reasoning refers to an individual's ability to think logically and find solutions to unusual problems. Fluid reasoning does not require background knowledge; neither is it build over time.
Fluid intelligence refers to perceiving, absorbing and retaining information to tackle challenges in different circumstances. The core competencies used to measure fluid intelligence are abstract reasoning, spatial reasoning and visual reasoning.
A 360-feedback survey is a survey form that elicits effective feedback on employee performance from various sources, such as managers, peers, reports, etc.
360 feedback is a process in which employees receive feedback from the people who work with them closely, including the employees’ supervisors, peers and direct reports (also known as raters). 360 degree feedback requires the raters to rate the employee on a wide range of workplace competencies.
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