While serving as a team lead, I recently received extremely negative feedback regarding a "command decision" I made during travel. My initial reaction to the feedback was apology and seeking ways to correct the situation. However, as I examined it further I realized it was really actually the right decision all along, and I've found that my management and oversight organizations are totally behind the decision I'd made. It appears that the negative feedback I received was essentially made up by a new manager who falsely claimed (or at least highly exagerated) his apparent reprimand for my course of action. I'm currently out of the office on another assignment for several weeks, but when I return I would be working directly with the new manager, and I'm not looking forward to it. I think I've reviewed the relevant casts, but am still perplexed at how to continue working with the manager who misrepresented the feedback. I know he will be counseled on it, but I'm not too excited at continuing to work with him considering how he delivered the feedback. Any suggestions on how to professionally move forward on this would be greatly appreciated.