I recently filled out a job reference for someone.
"How does the candidate accept constructive criticism?"
It's interesting to think about in terms of some people. Criticism would be the last word I would ever use because they welcome feedback so much. They want to know what went wrong and how to do it better and, in such cases, can it even be called criticism?
Which got me thinking... most criticism is our problem, not theirs. It's our resistance to hearing anything that might correct us. If we got rid of that resistance, well... it's not criticism, it's just something to listen to - and pay attention to, or not. No reason to make it more dramatic than it is, and start calling it criticism from a critic.