The Gold Coast, that is Fairfield County, Connecticut, is filled with former bosses. Since they can afford to continue to pay the property taxes after retirement, they stay. What also stays is their boss body language.
They sit at 12-step meetings in church basements as if they were in a conference room at IBM. Ram-rod straight and leaned just enough forward to signal engagement. In restaurants they can't relax into their food. At holiday parties they work the room instead of enjoying things.
Can this be cured? No, not on the Gold Coast. Title, including a former one, counts for everything.