Let’s say you’ve been CEO at the association for a few years, you’re three months into the term of a new chairperson and you know that you’re not going to be able to develop a true partnership.
Change the titles, and the situation could exist anywhere in an organization’s leadership. Nothing’s acutely wrong. In fact, the association may be hitting it’s goals. But nothing’s especially right, either. Innovation and change are in short supply.
Is that scenario a reason to leave?