Dr. Brusman is a prolific writer and active blogger, besides being a very visible social networker. Unlike many other personalities, Dr. Maynard Brusman personifies his principles and practices what he preaches. With a formal background in behavioral psychology, and early experiences of working as a postdoctoral fellow for directing the stress and wellness clinic at the University of California, San Diego, Dr. Brusman has a rock solid foundation of knowledge and experience regarding human behavior.
There is no doubt, that Dr. Maynard Brusman's formal education, including an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University and Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology helped to shape his style of thoughts which, as many senior leadership teams have found out, are keenly analytic and empathetic.
Dr. Maynard Brusman currently runs his own leadership consulting and executive coaching firm, named Working Resources, in San Francisco. His clients include corporate giants as well as specialized firms like Hitachi America, American Express, Chevron, Internal Revenue Service, State Compensation Insurance Fund, Sybase, Dolby, Kaiser Aluminum, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Hanson and Bridgett Law Firm, and so on and so forth.
In spite of possessing a solid client base sufficient for most consultants, Dr. Brusman keeps on writing for the internet audience, and many career specialists and career coaches, as well as individuals have benefited from his works. He has a lucid style of writing and conveys his messages with strength and vivacity. It is difficult to understand the writing style of Dr. Maynard Brusman unless you go through his works or blog posts like, ''Growing Innovative Companies - Green Thinking,'' or, ''Resilient Managers and Jerk Bosses: Dealing with a Jerk Boss.''
The media have covered Dr. Maynard Brusman many times, and his articles published and referred by many. Like any true leader, Dr. Brusman finds pleasure in his work, and it is immediately apparent in his focus and the seriousness with which he deals client projects.
People who have worked with Dr. Brusman recall him as a sincere and genuinely helpful person who walks the extra mile not only for the employers who are paying him, but also for the employees whom he visualizes as human beings. And that is more than what can be said about many a psychologist.