We’re not talking about Marty McFly, Doc Brown or gigawatt-powered time machines. Ironically, however, Michael J. Fox first grabbed the wheel of that iconic DeLorean only a few months after HKA was established. So, it seems appropriate to discuss the future of the agency with a quick trip back in time. Cue the Huey Lewis track.
HKA’s busy summer quarter was highlighted by a quartet of extraordinary people, placements, presentations and personnel. The agency is extremely proud of its Q3 efforts that included a heartwarming news story, widespread client media coverage, an important nonprofit speaking engagement and the arrival of an impressive new team member.
HKA maintains a long history representing pioneering, community-minded and life-changing organizations. Community Preservation Partners (CPP) happens to be all three, and we’re proud to call CPP a client. With its roots in helping others grow roots of their own, CPP takes its rightful place in this issue under the glow of our client spotlight.
We all know the cliché. There’s no “I” in “team.” So, is there a “me” in “team?” Yes – as an inspiring expression of management. When leaders check their egos at the door and derive great personal satisfaction from the exemplary work performed by others, they embody the “me” in “team” – most admirably.