As the populace gets more educated, professionals are finding themselves more open to criticism. When I had the cut in my temple stitched by a PA at a local hospital, a relative viewed the finished product, and asked, “Why didn’t she put in a fourth stitch at the upper end?” There was room there, and it bled there.
Of course, the PA may have had a reason. Who knows, maybe that was close to an auditory nerve, or something like that. The final test will be, “Did it heal?”
Criticism works when it is diluted by the mental charity associated with smooth-running organizations, which have somewhat internalized the camaraderie espoused by the founder of much Western thought, Jesus Christ. This internalization has helped our civilization for about 2,000 years.