We collect data about you when we meet or work together, when we communicate with each other about working together, when you contact us, when you register for any of our courses, when we've been referred to you and when we've been to the same event and details of attendees were shared. We do so using the 'legitimate interests' rationale of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that came into force on 25th May 2018.
The legitimate interest is based on the alignment between our work and your work and / or interests, which if you work in a business could include:
Senior management and leadership
HR and learning & development
Diversity & inclusion
We also collect data on participants in our programmes and courses which can include employees and service users of organisations we are working with, as well as those who engage with us in their personal capacity.
If you feel that on this basis we do not have a legitimate interest in storing your data please tell us and we will delete your data from our database.
If you work in a business in one of the fields listed above, we will use your data to email you an occasional newsletter or invitations to Lifeology events, if we have your written permission to do so.
If you are being coached or mentored by us, we will use your data to deliver the agreed service and share relevant information with you. With your permission we will use your data to email you an occasional newsletter or invitations to Lifeology events.
If we have your permission to email you as described above, and you change your mind, you can unsubscribe at any time and we will no longer email you as described.
We will use your data to send you personalised emails that are relevant to work that we are doing together or that we might do together.
We store names, email addresses, job titles and in some cases phone numbers and postal addresses. We store notes on the work that we've done together and conversations that we've had.
We sometimes take and store photographs of our events, workshops and group coaching sessions, in which case we will seek your consent to be photographed. You have the right to request to review photographs that we hold of you, and to request removal from digital media and removal from future versions of print media.
We use the Microsoft 365 suite of products, a GDPR compliant cloud-based storage and communications service, WhatsApp, and Zoom, a video conferencing platform.
Sometimes we need to share data with Lifeology associates (who are not employees of Lifeology Ltd or Lifeology Media cc), and our partner organisations, as part of the service that we are providing you. We will advise you if this is the case. When sending data, we take steps to ensure that it is secure, for example password protecting documents.
We will not sell your details or pass them on to any other third party.
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