Do you love your job? No?

MMcQ_DoYouLoveYourJob_FacebookPostIf you’ve completed a strengths survey to discover the things you’re good at and enjoy doing, then you must be loving your job. Right? If you’re shaking your head, there’s nothing wrong with you. It’s just that like any good tool, a little guidance on how to apply your strengths can make a world of difference. Drawing on the latest evidence-based positive psychology practices, Michelle McQuaid – one of the world’s leading strengths researchers – will teach you how to use the right strengths, in the right amount, for the right outcome so you can feel more confident, energized and happy at work. Find out more here [].

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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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