We've just went through our first day of our first surveillance audit and it went a bit colorful. A team of five CB auditors came to audit us. One of the CB auditors was assigned to audit our corporate planning process. This auditor criticized our approach in establishing quality objectives. He told us that when establishing objectives we must identify first the risks. Then from the identified risks, the objectives can then be determined and set. Of course, we defended our way of establishing objectives. We told him that we started from establishing the strategic goals of the organization (i.e. long term goals), then support the strategic goals with departmental objectives (that are annually set and evaluated) and then support the departmental objectives with the individual performance targets (that are evaluated semi-annually). But he kept on coercing us that his approach is the proper way and it is "how" Clause 6 requires an organization to do. Since he's hinted that he might raise an NC, we argued with him. Surprisingly, at the middle of a long argument, he declared that he's not feeling well. He called their office to notify that he can't go on with the audit and left the other members of the audit team. It's like a walk-out. How will you handle this kind of auditor's attitude?