You love your job…or at least, you love your paycheck. The work you do brings your life meaning and stability, and you genuinely enjoy the company of your coworkers and clients. There’s only one small problem, one thing that you would change in a second if you could figure out how: your boss. He’s not terrible, but he’s not perfect either, and if he only knew that certain aspects of his behavior were holding you (and the company) back, he’d probably be willing to change them.This year your company is embracing the practice of 360 reviews, or encouraging feedback from employees regarding the performance of their superiors. So how should you move forward? Should you boldly speak up and tell the unvarnished truth as you see it? Or should you fear for your own future, stay positive, and express approval for the status quo? Here are a few things to keep in mind before you decide.