If you really want to get ahead in the workplace, there is one skill that is crucial to master: The art of receiving criticism well. The sooner you can reframe criticism as constructive feedback and treat it like any other input to your work, the better you will be able to profit from it.
It is kind of obvious once you have hit burnout, the exhaustion, lack of motivation, poor efficacy, and overwhelming doubts of whether you should even be at your job are hard to miss. But, if you are not there yet, perhaps the symptoms aren’t as obvious. In the current situation you have time to reevaluate your priorities.