Ray Dalio :
Just worry about making the best decisions possible, recognizing that no matter what you do, most everyone will think you're doing something--or many things-- wrong. It is human nature for people to want you to believe their own opinions and to get angry at you if you don't, even when they have no reason to believe that their opinions are good. So, if you're leading well, you shouldn't be surprised if people disagree with you. The important thing is for you to be logical and objective in assessing your probabilities of being right.