Responsible Leadership: Coastal Carolina’s Joe Moglia

Guest Joe Moglia - Coastal Carolina University
11:16 min listen
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Joe Moglia, Chairman of Athletics and former Head Football Coach at Coastal Carolina, visits AthleticDirectorU to discuss the guiding principles he uses for his personal life, as well as in his professional leadership roles. These principles are being able to stand on your own two feet, taking responsibility for yourself, treating others with dignity and respect, and living with the consequences of your actions. Moglia also emphasizes hiring as a leader’s number one job to lead an organization to success.

 

 

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