Executive Education
Faculty

Stacy Geck

Associate Professor of Clinical Business Communication

Stacy Geck is an expert in organizational communication effectiveness, intercultural communication, managerial communication (written, oral, and interpersonal), executive presence coaching, effective mentoring techniques, and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) as a certified facilitator and practitioner. Her research has been published in Journal of Cooperative Education, the Western Speech Communication Association, and the American Society of Trial Consultants. Outside of USC, she frequently works as an independent management consultant specializing in executive effectiveness and organizational change.

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Programs for Organizations:

Global Leadership, Team Building, Managing Communication and Business Presentations – Custom Designed Curriculum for the Food Industry Management (FIM) Certificate Program and Programs for Organizations

Articles & Research:

Geck, S. L. (1998). Effects of method of evidence introduction on source credibility and attitude change. California State University, Fullerton.

Stacy Geck, Norman Page, Richard Wiseman (1999). College/University Program Coordinators’ Perceptions of Quality Indicators for Co-op/Internship Sites, Journal of Cooperative Education.

Articles & Research:

Geck, S. L. (1998). Effects of method of evidence introduction on source credibility and attitude change. California State University, Fullerton.

Articles & Research:

Stacy Geck, Norman Page, Richard Wiseman (1999). College/University Program Coordinators’ Perceptions of Quality Indicators for Co-op/Internship Sites, Journal of Cooperative Education.