The Confluence permission system dynamically determines what a user can see on any given pages, based on their permissions and privileges. This includes the results of macros that show items from other pages.
The action items that you can see should only be visible to you (and your manager) because you have view permissions for the page on which those items are shown. For your own piece of mind you could ask your manager to remove View permissions from your 1:1 notes page, and then check the general access page - you shouldn't be able to see the items. When your manager gives you View permissions back again, you will.
In fact, I'd recommend you do this for your piece of mind. I'd want to be certain my 1:1 actions were private
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