I am a manager in a not for profit driving lots of much needed change to ensure we survive a tough economic climate. The trustees instructed the ceo to carry out a staff survey to try and get a feel for how staff are feeling about the changes. Intended to be an annoymous vehicle my boss has identified everyones survey and scrutinised their answers. A junior manager who reports to me rated the organisation as poor for training oppotunities. My boss is very angry about this and is insisting that I speak with my direct about this. A particular bugbear for my boss isthat the org has invested heavily in this person's training and this is true. My reservation about the feedback to my direct is that the survey was intended to be annoymous. my direct is performing well with caviate that he is young and inexperienced. Any suggestions on how best to approach this problem?