The talent war

The talent war: Changing faces of the boardroom

Gone are the days when old, white-haired men took on directorships to keep themselves busy at the end of their working lives.  Iain McCormick, Managing Director of the Executive Coaching Centre and founder of the DirectorEvaluation is featured in this NZ Herald article.

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Why businesses need Generation Y

Generation Y workers can be fickle, high-maintenance and have a sense of entitlement.  Iain McCormick, director of the Executive Coaching Centre, is featured in this New Zealand Herald article. 

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Microscope

Beware the micromanager

Nervous managers who are new to the job and desperate to make an impact often adopt a command and control style that’s fuelled by insecurity, says a top management coach, Dr Iain McCormick
New Zealand Herald

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Being prepared opens doors at conferences

If you are important enough to be talking at the conference, Iain McCormick, managing director of the Executive Coaching Centre, has a few tips. ...

New Zealand Herald

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Your to do list is the first thing to do

The humble ‘to do’ list is a great way of dumping clutter from your brain and works well for those people who work systematically, says Iain McCormick, but…
New Zealand Herald

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Standing out from the crowd

Iain McCormick, Director of the Executive Coaching Centre, says some employees need to overcome personal hurdles before they can impress employers on paper…
New Zealand Herald

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The coach approach

As more and more managers turn to coaches to help them in their work, Iain McCormick and Rachel McInnnes discuss executive coaching, asking what is it and does it work?

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Cow

Balancing Act a Winner for NZ Dairy Farmer

Happiness, as course presenter Iain McCormick of the Executive Coaching Centre stated, is not about money it is about subjective health, relationships and a purpose beyond yourself…
Scoop.co.nz

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Alliance Project Teams

Alliance Project Teams - Allied Forces

Alliance contracting has been the catalyst for a quiet revolution in infrastructure development over the last decade, ensuring major projects come in on time and on budget. From Management

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Resume for Iain McCormick

Resume for Iain McCormick

Here is a downloadable pdf resume for Dr Iain McCormick

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Psychopathic CEOs

Psychopathic CEOs - Snakes in Suits

Psychopathic behaviour crops up in companies as well as courts – and bullies can look quite at home in suits. They’re even impressive at first sight – read the paper by Iain McCormick from The Director section of Management.

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Listen to your body clock

Listen to your body clock

Time management promotes a logical and linear approach to handling tasks.  However managing energy is far more important than managing time when striving for personal productivity.

 

McCormick I. A. (2006).  Listen to your body clock. The Business, New Zealand Herald, 11 December, 19. 

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How to pick a good coach

Fast forward: How to avoid slow coaches

How to pick a good coach.

McCormick I. A. (2006). Fast forward: How to avoid slow coaches.  New Zealand Management, May 2006, 40-41.

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Selling e-learning

Effectively selling e-learning is important.                  

E-learning is playing an increasingly important part in workplace training and development. Iain McCormick explains the steps to take to sell it in your organisation.

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Coping with stress and change

Coping with stress and change

Stress and change ... is what this book is about. We want you to learn about the sorts of stress and change that are affecting us all. We also want to enable you to become more adaptable, more flexible, more forward-looking, these being the best ways to cope with uncertainty.

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Mindfulness retreat resources

Resources for the Check-in for Mindful Souls

 

 

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Stress

Research procedures as components of occupational stress

 

Taylor, A. J. W., & McCormick, I. A. (1989). Research procedures as components of occupational stress.  In Humphrey, J. (Ed.), Recent developments in occupational stress. Vol 2, 1-13.  New York: AMS Press.

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stress

Throwing away the pills and dealing with the cause

The terms 'stress' and 'strain' were solely the preservice of engineers.  Today however the issues are of personal concern to many executives. 

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Written personal narratives as research documents

Written personal narratives as research documents

 

Taylor A. J .W., Robinson, R.D. & McCormick, I. A. (1986). Written personal narratives as research documents – a case for their restoration.  International Review of Applied Psychology, Vol 35, No 2 197-208

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Coping with farm stress

Coping with farm stress

McCormick, I. A. (1986). Coping with farm stress.  New Zealand Farmer, 26 June, 45‑56.

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Perceptions of driver ability

Perceptions of driver ability

 

McCormick, I. A., Walkey, F. H., & Green, D. E. (1986). Comparative perceptions of driver ability – a confirmation and expansion.  Accident Analysis and Prevention, 18, 205‑208.

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The Stress Arousal Checklist

The Stress Arousal Checklist

McCormick, I. A., Walkey, F. H., & Taylor, A. J. W. (1985). The Stress Arousal Checklist: an independent analysis.  Educational and Psychological Analysis, 45, 143,146.

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FACTOREP: A pascal program to examine factor replication

FACTOREP: A pascal program to examine factor replication

 

Walkey, F. H., & McCormick, I. A., (1985). FACTOREP: a pascal program to examine factor replication.  Education and Psychological Measurement, 45 147‑150.

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Human experimentation

Human experimentation during the IBEA

 

Taylor, A. J. W., & McCormick, I. A. (1985).  Human experimentation during the IBEA.  Journal of Human Stress, 11, 161‑164.

 

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The prediction of performance on the International Biomedical Expedition to the

The prediction of performance on the International Biomedical Expedition to the Antarctic (IBEA)

 

Taylor, A. J. W., & McCormick, I. A. (1985). The prediction of performance on the International Biomedical Expedition to the Antarctic (IBEA).  Polar Record, 22, 643‑652.

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A comparison of police recruits and student attitudes

Repressive or permissive? A comparison of police recruits and student attitudes towards offenders.

 

McCormick, I. A., Huang, M. S., & Walkey, F. H.  (1985). Repressive or permissive?  A comparison of police recruits and student attitudes towards offenders.  Police Studies, 8, 54‑57.

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A Psychometric Study of Stress and Coping

A Psychometric Study of Stress and Coping

 

McCormick, I. A., Taylor, A. J. W., Rivolier, J., & Cazes, G. (1985).  Psychometric study of stress and coping during the International Biomedical Expedition to the Antarctic (IBEA).  Journal of Human Stress, 11, 150‑156.

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Multiple replication of factor structure

Multiple replication of factor structure

 

Walkey, F. H., & McCormick, I. A. (1985a).  Multiple replication of factor structure: a logical solution for a number of factors problem.  Multivariate Behavioral Research, 20, 57‑67.

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Simple Rathus Assertiveness Schedule

The Simple Rathus Assertiveness Schedule - The Questionnaire

The questionnaire for The Simple Rathus Assertiveness Schedule

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Simple Rathus Assertiveness Schedule

A simple version of the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule

McCormick, I. A. (1984). A simple version of the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule. Behavioral Assessment, 7, 95‑99.

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Community attitudes to penal policy

 

McCormick, I. A., Walkey, F. H., & Taylor, A. J. W. (1984). Community attitudes towards penal policy.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 17, 33‑40.

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A note on the chronometric analysis of cognitive ability.

A note on the chronometric analysis of cognitive ability.

A note on the chronometric analysis of cognitive ability.

 

 

White, K. G., Taylor, A. J. W., & McCormick, I. A. (1983).  A note on the chronometric analysis of cognitive ability.  New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 12, 33‑40.

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Norms for the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule

Norms for the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule

Norms for the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule

 

McCormick, I. A. (1982).  New Zealand norms for the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule.  New Zealand Psychologist, 11, 27 28.

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Group assertion training for adult male offenders.

Group assertion training

Group assertion training for adult male offenders. 

 

 

Gilmour, D. R., McCormick, I. A., & de Ruiter, C. (1981).  Assertion training with adult male offenders: internal validity. Behavior Therapy, 12, 274‑279.

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Social Skills Training

Social Skills Training

A case study on social skills training and natural contingencies.

 

McCormick, I.A. (1980). Social skills training and natural contingencies.  New Zealand Psychologist, 1980, 9, 70-72.

 

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Testimonials

Developing collaboration between organisations cannot be left to chance - a game plan is needed and this is where Iain McCormick is extremely effective.

Ron Hooton
Former CEO, ProCare Health Limited

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