When you look at the bio of Malcolm Guyton you will not see any formal education in business or marketing. There are no graphic design credits, nor will you find any formal training in computer technology. In fact, if you looked at his resume, you would assume that he was under-qualified and inexperienced. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and a Masters of Divinity from the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA.
However, I wouldn’t count him out just yet. The very same reason one would assume that he is ill-qualified for the task at hand is the exact same reason that he is more than qualified. What makes Malcolm Guyton so unique is that he has the ability to look at your organizations needs from a laymen’s point of view. Often consultations bring wonderful ideas to the table, but they are often based on learned theories, instead of proven practices. Malcolm has more than adequate training in the most important capital a company would want to build: human capital. A people person at heart, Malcolm will show you how to make a lasting impression on both the reachable and unreachable.
Malcolm is a motivational speaker and has held the office of president in numerous organizations. He has experience in church growth and non-profit development and his ideas are unprecedented. Malcolm’s unconventional style focuses on humanizing an organization to relate to the people it is attempting to serve. When asked what sets him apart from other consulting firms, he replies, “A good company or organization will play is safe and hire a consultant with tons of education and training, but who wants to settle for being “good”. A great organization takes risks and the greater the risk, the greater the reward.