Inspiring digital business leader and non-profit startup expert, Makarand Utpat talks about the importance of a leader’s ability to clearly envision the future for their non-profit organization in order to bring it successfully to life.
Monmouth County, New Jersey – August 20, 2016— Makarand Utpat, non-profit startup expert and inspirational business leader, has posted a new blog on his company website entitled, “What Do You See for the Future of Your Budding Non-Profit?” In the blog, Mr. Utpat focuses on the leadership ability of envisioning success.
Utpat writes, “Can you see what the future looks like for the non-profit organization you are just dreaming into existence?” He elaborates, “If you can clearly envision the non-profit chugging along, getting stronger step-by-step, then there’s a good chance your organization will grow to be strong and vital.”
According to Utpat, “The vision of its leader is what carries, motivates and inspires the passion of everyone involved in non-profit organizations.” He continues adding, “From the first partners to the first volunteers, from the first donors to the first Board Members, from the first obstacle and first victory and seeing success at overcoming every challenge along the way, it is the leader’s responsibility to see these things before they ever happen.” “In other words,” Utpat states, “believing is seeing.”
Read the entire blog post here: https://www.makarandutpat.com/what-do-you-see-for-the-future-of-your-budding-non-profit/
About Makarand Utpat
Makarand Utpat is a digital business leader with a track record of delivering long-lasting value and growth. Well respected by the peer community and subordinates, he has directed large-scale changes for reputed for-profit corporations and nonprofits with his combination of vision, solution oriented outlook, leadership, and technology. He is passionate about social causes and community giving. Makarand serves on the advisory boards of a number of nonprofits. He is also a blogger and a published author on leadership, team building, project management, and IT strategy. For more information, contact him at (201)-819-0894 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit him at www.makarandutpat.com.