The Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center

2167 Words Jun 7th, 2016 9 Pages
“Led by a strong sense of mission and vision, nonprofit organizations play a critical role in improving society and impacting the world around us,” (Stanford Graduate School of Business). Through their alliance with Sacramento City Unified School District, Elk Grove Unified School District, Twin Rivers Unified School District and St. Hope Public Schools, the Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center currently manages out-of-school time partnerships with over 40 schools that provide social services, employment training, health education, and youth programming in Sacramento (SCCSC.org). Throughout the Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center’s 35 years of dedication to the communities we serve, our leadership team has evolved to include an executive director, deputy director, director of youth development, director of health and wellness, a board of directors, two associate directors and over 40 program managers that serve in leadership roles in the field. The Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center has multiple leaders and each has their own unique way of leading effectively through being influential, authentic, ethical and their alignment with the agencies vision and mission.
The leadership of the Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center is effective based on the model of the behavioral leadership theory. The behavioral leadership theory proposes that leaders are made and not born (Goff 2003). the Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center prides themselves in…
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