Originally Posted by melliedee
Personally, I appreciate it when a supervisor sticks up for his/her staff. Too often blame gets trickled down to the peons and we are powerless to 1) defend ourselves without confronting people who hold power over our positions 2) effect real change or have a chance to voice our own criticisms.
I think you did the right thing. She went after the issue in a public meeting, so you in turn addressed her publically.
I agree with Mel too.....you did good!
I think you could have ALSO pulled her aside to speak privately after the meeting, too, though.