Hidden Pitfalls of Anonymous Feedback
Martin Sokk

As a feedback giver, I definitely agree with your points here. It’s tempting to rush through (“person is fine, could improve X, any examples I give will reveal its’ me”). As a receiver, it’s hard to know what to take with what context.

A colleague once said of anonymous feedback: “If I learn anything in quarterly feedback, both me and my colleague have failed over the last 3 months”.

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