Aug 1st, 2016

Why Breaks and Vacations are More Important Than You Think

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People who work extended hours without breaks or overtime are sicker, moodier, less creative and, yes, less productive, than their “harder working” peers.

Jul 18th, 2016

Procrastination: We’ll Talk About It Later

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Procrastination. Is it laziness, or genius at work? Chainsaw breaks down the good and the bad behind one of the world’s oldest behaviors.

Jun 30th, 2016

Five Things Great Presenters Do

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Do you know what makes a good presentation great? A great presenter. Up your game with Chainsaw's five essential tips for becoming a top-notch speaker your audience won't soon forget.

Jun 20th, 2016

Mentorship: Reach Out and Touch Someone’s Professional Development

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Will a having a mentor help you further your professional career? What about being a mentor? All signs point to yes for both, and Chainsaw tells you why.

Jun 13th, 2016

Chainsaw Reviews Pamela Meyer’s book, “Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception”

2016-10-21T11:03:08-05:00 By |Categories: Career, Psychology, Reviews|Tags: , , , |

Chainsaw Communications reviews Pamela Meyer’s “Liespotting,” an informative introduction to the art and science of lie detection. It explains why people lie, how they slip up, and what you can do to guide them back to the truth and build a “culture of honesty” in your personal and professional life.