I've been working with my manager for nearly 3 years now and consistently get great feedback from her and from the projects/clients I manage. Since March (and COVID), I've rolled off of long-term client intiatives and found myself on numerous internal improvement initiatives, along with most of my team. As part of these initiatives, we've been meeting for peer/group review sessions where everyone provides feedback.
Since the internal initiatives have started, my manager has become increasingly vocal about her disagreement with my comments and ideas. Moving from talking to me about them in our weekly one on ones, to mentioning "let's talk about that separately" to kill conversation around my ideas, to telling me "no" and that "you are wrong" in front of the group, while not exhibiting this behavior for anyone else. I'm cool murdering the unchosen alternative and marching to the orders received, so this isn't me banging on the same drum, it's unique input that's being shot down.
I'm the most senior and longest tenured on my team, but I have been "off" on long-term client engagements, so I don't have the quantity of projects that my peers do managing projects "our" way and my input has been dismissed as being "not how we do things here" despite my execution being consistently rated higher than my peers.
How do I say to my boss that I don't appreciate her dismissing my ideas, especially in front of the rest of my team and her peers?
I'm usually in the high D camp and my manager is probably either high D or DC.