Professor Susan Stehlik argues that leadership presence is more than a characteristic or learned quality, but can instead speak to the essence of a person; after all, “we’re all leaders in the action or task that we’re approaching.”

Susan Stehlik joined New York University Stern School of Business as an adjunct professor in 1999 and now serves as a Clinical Associate Professor of Management Communication. She also manages a consulting practice, Prime Time Ideas, inc. Her combined academic and profession projects have focused on developing communication strategies for enhancing the corporate and individual presence as well as responding to critical transitions. ... View Profile