To become visibly flustered in person or on the phone when another member of your work team has clearly not performed in thinking or in format, unleashing a blitzkrieg of course-corrections. At times this can feel abrupt, but should be viewed as constructive criticism.
hudnalled, also to hudnall someone
It was necessary for me to hudnall Tim, clearly his views in the brief were off-strategy and the format was sloppy.
After being hudnalled, Susan knew she needed to change her game plan and attitude.