Job Opportunity – Coaches

At Positive Business DC, we know that we have a lot of readers that are looking for work…so we want to pass along information as we receive it.

Here is one lead for you coaches out there.


The Positive Business DC Team


Coaching Opportunities at BetterUp

BetterUp is looking for top-notch coaches who are eager to translate their experience into part-time coaching for rising leaders. Some benefits:

Impact. Rewarding client work with emerging leaders eager to make the most of their work and lives.

Flexibility. Work a part time flexible schedule from your own home or office (coaching is done through video chat). Opportunity to earn $70+ / hr (depending on qualifications).

No overhead. We bring you clients, automate scheduling, case management and billing.

Energizing community. Paid training and ongoing support a from expert staff on the latest positive psychology research and solution-focused behavioral interventions.

Please submit a resume to to receive more information on their programs and the process to become a BetterUp Coach. If you would like to be in touch directly with the team please drop me a note at

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About Shannon Polly, MAPP

Shannon M. Polly is a corporate communications trainer, facilitator and speaker and founder of Shannon Polly & Associates, a leadership development company in downtown D.C. Shannon works with executives, managers and employees of Fortune 500 companies in two areas: executive presence/presentation skills (based on over a decade of experience as a professional actor/singer in New York) and positive psychology. Shannon is one the first 100 people in the world who have received her Master in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) degree from the University of Pennsylvania under Dr. Martin Seligman. She also holds a graduate degree from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in classical acting and a B.A. with honors from Yale University. She also holds a coaching certificate from the Georgetown Leadership Coaching Program.

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