I work in the US in loan servicing in a bank in the corporate office. I am one year new to the industry and about 6 months new to my role. Several of my tasks are transactional. Yesterday, my Manager asks me to come to her desk to show me something. I go over and she asks me to pull up a chair. Then without any preface, she just begins speaking to me coldly and in an accusatory tone. At first, I have no idea what account she's talking about or even what happened. I am just surprised at how she is approaching me. The hostility is coming off of her in waves and I feel it. I remain calm but I see she's really bothered about what she's telling me. She was asking me questions such as why did you do that? Where did you get the direction to do that? I tell her that this is a training issue and I just didn't know that I was not supposed to do that and that I understood what I did wrong and I know what to do next time. I left that interaction feeling beat up and mistreated. I wanted to tell her "Don't talk to me that way".
My question is, do I bring up to her my dislike of her demeanor and tone towards me and that I don't like her teaching style? I am conflicted because I am still learning her management style. She has only been my Manager for 6 months. This is the first time I have had such an exchange with her. I scheduled a one on one in two weeks time and I am wondering if that is a good time to bring up my dislike of our interaction. Or is this career suicide?