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In addition, a leader should always be open to criticism, not silencing dissent.
Arsenal's shortcomings have left Wenger open to criticism on multiple fronts and the Frenchman faces some tough decisions.
This goes against international standards on public figures who should be more tolerant, not less, of such accusations as they have chosen to hold a position of trust with special responsibilities and be open to criticism," Mijatovi?
But whatever it is, you look to the manager to lead by example and when you have fans running on the pitch, like one did during the Sunderland game and he ends up in court and fined, it does leave the club open to criticism.
The important measure of key appointments shows a mixed picture, with some procedures running in an open, transparent and merit-based way whilst others are open to criticism on the grounds of political interference.
We're open to criticism whether it's from BJP, or anyone else," Kejriwal added.
In this job when you put yourself out there in a public way you are open to criticism and you need to be prepared for it.
Religious ideas, like any other ideas, are open to criticism.
support, the IMF could leave itself open to criticism from the U.
As a public institution, it is open to criticism, by the same public it is serving, just as the executive and legislature are open to criticism.
It's not a game where you test players and in any case it leaves you open to criticism.
The opposition announces that Sorensen should be careful with the Government relations, which is not that open to criticism while VMRO-DPMNE says it is open for suggestions from the new European ambassador.