Privacy Policy

Last updated: October 3, 2019

This privacy policy explains how Oxford Leadership collects and processes personal data. Oxford Leadership is committed to safeguard personal data and to comply with applicable privacy legislation. 

Personal data that User provides when using the Digital Platform is stored by Oxford Leadership on behalf of User’s organization (i.e. Licensee). Licensee is the data controller and Oxford Leadership is the data processor for personal data relating to User’s use of the Digital Platform.

Notwithstanding the above, Oxford Leadership is the data controller for personal data collected if User signs up for the Oxford Leadership Newsletter or if User contacts Oxford Leadership.

We encourage you to regularly visit the privacy policy as Oxford Leadership may update it from time to time.

Words written with capital letters in this privacy policy has the same meaning as expressed in the End-User License Agreement. Further, “we”/”us” means Oxford Leadership and “you” means User.

 

 

    1. To use the Digital Platform, you need to create an account using the web link provided by Licensee. To create your account, you will need to provide your name and e-mail address. Further, you may provide additional personal data when using the Digital Platform. You understand and acknowledge that it is entirely optional to provide such additional personal data. 
    2. We will only process your personal data as provided by you when using the Digital Platform for the purpose of providing the Digital Platform to you, in accordance with Licensee’s instructions, the license agreement, the EULA, and applicable law. Oxford Leadership is instructed by Licensee not to share any part of the personal data provided by you when using the Digital Platform, neither with Licensee nor any third party. 
    3. For questions regarding the processing of your personal data under this Section 1, you shall contact Licensee, who is the data controller of such data.
  1. Oxford Leadership’s Collection of Personal Data as Data Controller
    1. If you sign up for the Oxford Leadership Newsletter, or if you contact us, we will process the following categories of personal data: 
  1. Upon subscription to the newsletter: name, email, and company name.
  2. Upon contacting Oxford Leadership: The personal data provided by you, as necessary in order for us to assist you.

 

 

    1. We process personal data as data controller for the following purposes based on the following legal grounds. 
Purpose of the processing Legal basis How long we keep the personal data
Send you our newsletter and information relating to us and our services. Consent. Until you unsubscribe, or we stop sending out such information.
If you contact us. Pursue legitimate interest. For as long as is necessary to assist you 

 

 

    1. We use subcontractors to provide our services. When doing so we may transfer your personal data to subcontractors for the purposes described in this privacy policy. We use the following categories of subcontractors:
  1. 93Digital Ltd and Ascend Branding & Digital: Support services provider; to provide customer support; and
  2. WPEngine Inc: Web hosting service provider, to host the Digital Platform and our website.
      1. In the event that we sell, buy or transfer any business or assets, either within our group of companies or to a third party, we may disclose personal data to the prospective receiver of such business or assets.

 

 

      1. You have a right to access your data. Therefore, you may request a transcript of records if you would like to know and verify your personal data stored and processed by us. The request must be made in writing including a verification of you, and sent to the address below.
      2. We take all reasonable steps to ensure that your personal data is correct and up-to-date. You have the right to rectify inaccurate or incomplete information about yourself. If you believe that your personal data stored by us is incorrect, please notify us and provide us with the correct data.
      3. You have the right to request the deletion of your personal data insofar as this personal data is no longer necessary for the purpose it was collected (“right to be forgotten”).
      4. You have the right to object to our processing of your personal data. The effect may be that you are no longer able to use our services. If you object, we will stop the processing of your personal data.
      5. You have a right to data portability. In case you want to utilize such right, please contact us by using the information below.
      6. If you have any inquiries regarding our processing of your personal data, please contact us. If you are displeased with our processing of personal data, you may file a complaint to the the data protection authority, Information Commissioner’s Office, www.ico.org.uk or your local data protection authority.
    1. Security
      1. We are using adequate technical and organizational security measures to ensure that your personal data is not misused, lost or unlawfully accessed. We only give access to your personal data to those employees and third parties who require it to provide our services. 

 

 

    1. We may occasionally update this privacy policy. If we make significant changes, we will notify you of the changes through the Digital Platform, our website, or through other means such as email. To the extent permitted under applicable law, if you continue using our services after such notice, you accept the updates.
    2. We encourage you to periodically review this privacy policy for the latest information on our privacy practices.

Contact Information

If you have any questions regarding our processing of your personal data, or any question, complaint or claim, please contact us at:

[email protected], or

Oxford Leadership Academy Ltd, Eden House, 2nd Floor, 2 St Aldates Courtyard, 38 St. Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BN, UK

Last Updated: 11 May 2020.

 

This End-User License Agreement (“EULA”) constitutes an agreement between Oxford Leadership Academy Limited, corporate registration number 04481220, a company incorporated under the laws of England and Wales, hereinafter referred to as “Oxford Leadership” and you as an end-user of the Digital Platform provided by Oxford Leadership (“User”).

 

Oxford Leadership has developed a step-by-step online programme called SML Online, including training and learning materials, videos and exercises, accessible through a web-based platform (“Digital Platform”). Oxford Leadership has entered into a license agreement with a legal entity (“Licensee”), granting Licensee’s employees (including User) the right to use the Digital Platform in accordance with such license agreement and this EULA.

 

This EULA governs the use of the Digital Platform and shall apply to all end-users using it.

“Content” means all content provided by Oxford Leadership or included in the Digital Platform, such as training and learning material, videos, slide decks, documentation, questionnaires, symbols, illustrations, webinars and any other trade secrets or intellectual property of Oxford Leadership.

“EULA” means this End-User License Agreement.

“Digital Platform” means the web-based platform SML Online through which User may access and complete Oxford Leadership’s step-by-step online programme called Self Managing Leadership.

“User” means the individual associated with Licensee using the Digital Platform in accordance with this EULA.

“Licensee” means the legal entity licensing the Digital Platform from Oxford Leadership under a separate license agreement.