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  1. My Leadership Prescription Robert Viscardi HDF 492 – Spring 2012 April 15, 2012 “Leadership can be thought of as a capacity to define oneself to others in a way that clarifies and expands a vision of the future” - Edwin H. Friedman

  2. Table of Contents • Introduction/Organizational Scheme • Self Leadership • Ultimate Frisbee • Club Sports and Intramural Council (CSIC) • Leadership Theory/Philosophy of Leadership • Rhode Island Free Clinic • Most Valuable Learning • Conclusion

  3. Robert Charles Viscardi • Major: Kinesiology • Minor: Leadership Studies • Hobbies: Exercise, any form of outdoor physical activity (i.e., ultimate frisbee, basketball, soccer, mountain/road biking, snowboarding, etc.), playing or making music on the guitar/drums/saxophone, billiards, boating & fishing, laughing, cooking and sleeping. • New York sports advocate (Yankees, Jets, Knicks, Rangers) & Arsenal Gunners fan

  4. What is Exercise Prescription? • The process of designing a regimen of physical activity in a systematic and individualized manner • No single prescription is the same for two people • There is no “one size fits all” • To facilitate positive changes in a client’s personal physical activity habits • Five essential components: • Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type, Progression

  5. What is Leadership Prescription? • There is no single ‘prescription’ on how to lead or why one leads… • Each individual leader contrives their own formula • Leaders portray characteristic traits and behavioral styles • Trait Theory Paradigm • Big Five Model of Personality • Behavioral Leadership Theory Paradigm • F.I.T.T. Application towards Leadership

  6. Self-Leadership • Outcome #15 – Student will describe own personal leadership style, including strengths and weaknesses, and examples of applicaiton • Leadership Practice Inventory (LPI) • Enable Others To Act • Encourage The Heart • Model The Way • Values In Action (VIA) • Humor and playfulness • Capacity to love and be loved • Honesty, authenticity and genuineness • Hope, optimism and future-mindedness • Curiosity and interest in the world • StrengthsQuest • Strategic • Arranger • Belief

  7. Ultimate Frisbee • Joined team as Freshman in Fall 2008 • Club Sports Team Representative 2008-2009 • Team Captain Fall 2009 – Spring 2012 • Interpersonal and Organizational Concepts & Skills • Outcome #88 – Student will demonstrate proficiency of facilitation and de-briefing techniques

  8. Club Sports and Intramural Council (CSIC) – Executive Board • Inclusive Leadership/Diversity • Outcome #74 – Student will describe personal examples of being a change agent • Elected to Executive Board Spring 2009 • Executive Board Member 2009 – 2011 • Club Sports Student Senate Liaison Officer 2009 – 2010

  9. Leadership Theory • Outcomes #25/26 – Student will show knowledge of the “Servant Leadership” theory of leadership by Robert Greenleaf • Servant Leadership • Ten characteristics • Philosophy of Leadership • “I help myself as I help others, therefore I am a servant leader”

  10. Philosophy of Leadership – Servant Leadership

  11. Rhode Island Free Clinic • Volunteer in Monthly Health Care Raffle 2010 – 2012 • Volunteer Administrative Support 2011 – 2012 • Exercise/Wellness Instructor 2011 – 2012 • Health Advocate • Critical Thinking • Outcome #77 – Student will demonstrate proficiency of critical thinking

  12. Most Valuable Learning • Self-Leadership • Discovered who I am. • Day of Discovery • Future Goals/Objectives: • Successful internship with South County Hospital in Cardiopulmonary Rehab • Join the work force for the following year • Apply/Admitted to Graduate School Fall 2013

  13. Conclusion • “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant” - Max De Pree • Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” - Mark Twain