What do you do when it is clear that your aging CEO is not physically/mentally able to handle the job (frail, poor memory, can't understand basic association concepts) but doesn't have any plans in the foreseeable future to resign?
I realize you can't go to the Board. If you approach him about shortcomings he is defensive and argumentative. The Board is not going to terminate (he is one of them). Is the only course of action for staff to leave?
This is an important and highly sensitive question to which I would like to offer a response. To be respectful of all concerned, however, I would prefer to share it directly with the person who posed the question. Please email me at jeff [at] principledinnovation [dot] com so we can figure out the best way to make that happen.