Privacy Policy


The Company is The Aware Leader.

The Client means the party or any person acting on their behalf with whom the Company contracts.

The Company takes the Client’s privacy seriously and will only use personal information to provide the products and services the Client has requested from us.

By using this site and/or our services, the Client consents to the processing of personal data as described in this Privacy Policy.  This Privacy Policy sets out how the Company uses and protects any information that the Client provides.

The Company stores the data needed to provide the Client with products and services requested and to maintain its relationship with the Client.  This data typically includes full name, email address, telephone number, contact address, work place or employer, and details of products and services provided.  In order for the Company to fulfil its contractual obligations, the Client will be required to provide the data needed. 

Any information the Client shares with the Company will be encrypted and stored in cloud systems for safekeeping. 

The Company keeps the data stored as long as it has a relationship with the Client; as long as it is legally obliged to for tax/accounting purposes; or until the Client asks the Company to delete their information.

The Client has the right to manage how the Company communicates with them, change any information it has, request what it has, or ask for data to be limited or deleted.  If the Client believes that any information the Company is holding is incorrect or incomplete, they should email as soon as possible at the address below; the Company will promptly correct any information found to be incorrect.

If the Client buys a product or service, the Company will store the Client’s tax or VAT identification number and data required to issue an invoice for accounting purposes.

In order for the Company to provide its products and services, it may be required to outsource work to specialist providers. This may require the Company to provide access to any relevant personal data we hold in order for those products and services to be fulfilled.  This also applies for lawful business administration such as IT and accounting purposes.  The Company only uses reputable companies who have data protection policies and processes.

Disclosure of information to third parties: the Company does not sell Clients’ personal information to outside entities.

The Company will disclose personal information without the Client’s permission when required by law or in good faith if such action is necessary or desirable to comply with the law, protect or defend the rights or property of this site or its users and the Client (for example, as outlined in the AC/EMCC Code of Ethics).

The Company will take all reasonable steps to protect the Client’s data against common vulnerabilities and attacks.  This website uses safe protocols for communication and transferring data (such as https and SSL).  When the Client transfers personal information to the Company, if the information is transferred over SSL it is encrypted as it travels over the Internet.  Secure mode is indicated by the locked padlock icon on the address bar.  In addition, when accessing a secure server, the first characters of the site address will change from ‘http’ to ‘https’.

Should there be any data breaches, the Company will notify you and suitable authorities.

Cookies: this website uses cookies to identify which pages are being used; this helps to analyse data about webpage traffic and improve the website in order to enhance the user experience.  The Client may choose to accept or decline cookies.  Once accepted, the Client’s web browser places cookies on their computer’s hard drive, where they track information about browsing actions and patterns. 

Cookies allow web applications to respond to individual needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about preferences.  This is statistical data about browsing actions and patterns and does not identify any individual or give access to the Client’s computer or any information about the Client, other than the data they choose to share with the Company.

Where the Client provides any ‘testimonials’ (written or otherwise), then by doing so the Client agrees to allow the Company to publish these on its website(s) and for marketing purposes unless, prior to providing such testimonials, the Client specifically states otherwise in writing to the Company.


Questions, comments and requests regarding this Privacy Policy are welcomed and should be addressed to

Changes to this Privacy Policy

The Company reserves the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy.

Last modification was made on 27/06/2019.