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Good feedback consists of acknowledging what someone does well (to reinforce) and critical feedback to help improve areas. Feedback should NEVER be used to cover your backside. If your subordinate is not currently working out, why? How can they change and improve to have a productive academic career? What might be stopping them achieving those things? If ...


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Simple answer: Don't lie, or try to hide anything, or highlight one quality (or lack thereof) over the other. Basically you're being asked to provide a feedback: be honest about it. A feedback is not only good or only bad - the target is to both improve the shortcomings, while appreciating the achievement. Rule of thumb:If you're not ready with the ...


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