mccormick


about

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where we stands in moments of convenience, but where we stands in moments of challenge, moments of great crisis and controversy." -Martin Luther King, Jr.

Who am I?
Like I mentioned before, I am a very lucky man blessed with so much. Below are a few facts about me.

Name:
Reid McCormick

Hometown:
Lancaster, California

Current Location:
Fullerton, California

Education:
Master of Science in College Counseling and Student Development
from Azusa Pacific University.

Bachelor of Arts in Theology with a minor in Psychology
from Azusa Pacific University

Current Work:
Dean of Students at Hope International University

Work History:

Director of Housing and Residence Life Coordinator at Hope International University

Area Residence Coordinator for Northwest Christian University

Resident Director at Grove City College

Assistant Residence Director at Azusa Pacific University

Resident Assistant at Azusa Pacific University

 
Top 5 Strengths:

Harmony: You look for areas of agreement. In your view there is little to be gained from conflict and friction, so you seek to hold them to a minimum.

Responsibility: 
Your Responsibility theme forces you to take psychological ownership for anything you commit to, and whether large or small, you feel emotionally bound to follow it through to completion

Context: 
You look back. You look back because that is where the answers lie. You look back to understand the present. From your vantage point the present is unstable, a confusing clamor of competing voices.

Arranger: 
You are a conductor. When faced with a complex situation involving many factors, you enjoy managing all of the variables, aligning and realigning them until you are sure you have arranged them in the most productive configuration possible

Developer: 
You see the potential in others. Very often, in fact, potential is all you see. In your view no individual is fully formed. On the contrary, each individual is a work in progress, alive with possibilities

(Resource: StrengthsQuest by Clifton, Anderson, & Schreiner. 2006)