About Richard 

Richard Wallace is a self proclaimed "driven capitalist" in recovery . He has been a serial entrepreneur since the age of 6 when he sold roadside wildflowers to the neighbors for a dime.

And here's another couple of things you may want to know about him... First of all Richard is NOT the kind of guy who would ever SELL or in any other way disrespect your email. If you take the time to subscribe or sign up for something on Richard' site rest assured he is not about treating that email as a source of revenue....oh no ! So thanks for signing up and we are super happy to have you in our community, now that's one thing you know about Richard, here's some other stuff... 

After completing a Bachelors of Science in Bio-Psychology, he began his career in retail, where he developed competitive behavioral models across a reasonable population size. He also learned the art of creating and delivering training content in his role as Director of training and development for the multinational footwear retailer.

 

Following this Richard decided to pursue formal training in design in Florence and then spent the next decade and a half as a women's shoe designer.

After the footwear manufacturing industry closed in Canada, Wallace became interested in "extreme capitalism" or businesses in rapid growth and spent time with several multinational corporations in  leadership roles.

 

Having spent considerable time in rapid growth environments, he formed a consulting practice to leverage experience earned. Typically, the primary mandate focus surrounded an influence on the culture, leadership and/or strategy. 

Recently,  Wallace  has turned his attention to writing and consulting surrounding the need for the evolution of the male leader and how we can make the best of the flawed system of capitalism. Currently he is researching the impact  social isolation & raised self awareness has had on  corporate culture. What has corporate leadership learned about altruism , communication, preparedness and transparency? How will these lessons impact workplace culture within a post pandemic "new normal"

"Invariably I have found where capitalism is open to and influenced by basic spiritual principles; do unto others, do no harm, and so forth there is a different focus in the perspective of the leadership. This is not to be confused with religion or religious capitalism this is simply working to the best good possible within the currently accepted albeit flawed system. If Spirtual capitalism is simply  treating your team better great! if it's harvesting  only ethically responsible walnuts _ Super! If it's developing a counter culture paradigm to the current capitalist system and developing a student games model and raising awareness to practical steps to a better systems...….Then you go girl". - Richard Wallace