Our Coaching Agreement
(including Terms of Confidentiality)

Your Coaching Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into as of the date (the “Effective Date”) you choose to invest in your coaching program and initiate a coaching partnership with your Abroad coach. This Agreement is by and between Abroad, LLC (DBA Abroad), a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware (“Abroad”), and you (“Client”) , (each individually, a “Party”, together, the “Parties”).
 

The Parties hereby agree as follows:

 

1. DESCRIPTION OF AGREEMENT
 

Abroad provides scientific measurement, educational content, and coaching services for executives, leaders, and managers (“Services”). Client is seeking coaching support including, but not limited to, the following areas: holistic personal and professional development, leadership development

 

2. TERMS


Abroad agrees to provide: 

  1. Assessment License. Scientific measurement of Client’s progress using the Abroad Awareness Assessment (“Assessment”).  
     

  2. 360. 360 interviews with Client’s colleagues and/or loved ones, chosen by the Parties.
     

  3. Coaching. Participation in two (2) coaching sessions (“Coaching”) per month for a total of twelve (12) sessions or twenty-four (24) sessions, depending on the coaching program selected. Coaching Sessions may reasonably accrue from month to month, but all sessions must be used within one month of the date of the final month of the coaching program (e.g, within seven months if a six-month coaching program is chosen), and the Client shall be entitled to have longer and shorter coaching sessions as needed. The International Coaching Federation (“ICF”) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
     

  4. On-Demand Support. Client can receive reasonable on-demand support (“On-Demand Support”) from Primary Coach in the form of supplemental phone calls, text or WhatsApp messages, communication on the Abroad platform, and e-mails. Reasonable on demand support includes calls limited to 15-30 minutes during the Coach’s business hours. Up to 60 minutes of supplemental on-demand support can be provided for every six months of coaching. 
     

  5. Impact Report. Comprehensive report at the end of the engagement that celebrates and highlights key growth and areas for continuous learning and development (“Impact Report”).
     

3. OBLIGATIONS
 

  1. Abroad Obligations.  Your Abroad Coach shall show up on-time for scheduled meetings and make themselves available for on-demand support on an as-needed basis, per section 2-d above.
     

  2. Client  Obligations.  Client agrees to show up for all scheduled meetings on time, willing to learn, and ready to challenge their deepest assumptions. Client also agrees to provide the Abroad Coach adequate lead-time for scheduling changes of Coaching Sessions. Any sessions cancelled with less than 24 hours notice will be counted as sessions and deducted from the balance of remaining sessions. lWhen Client notifies Abroad more than 24 hours in advance, each session may be rescheduled once within two weeks of the original date of the session. 

4. TERMS AND TERMINATION
 

This Agreement shall commence on the Effective Date and continue for an initial term of six (6) months. Upon completion of this initial term, this Agreement shall renew on a monthly basis unless either Party elects to terminate the agreement by giving notice in writing to the other party no later than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of the then current term. Either Party may at any time terminate this Agreement by giving the other Party not less than thirty (30) days prior written notice.

5. PAYMENT


Client agrees to pay for their coaching program in the amount and currency specified on their payment plan, using Abroad approved payment systems.      

6. CONFIDENTIALITY and DATA PRIVACY

The Parties understand and agree that the information shared during this engagement is highly confidential (hereinafter “Confidential Information”) and protected under the ethical practices of the International Coaching Federation, as well as data privacy laws of the United States of America. 
 

  1. The Parties agree not to disclose the other’s Confidential Information without the prior written consent of the other Party and not to use, record or reproduce the other Party’s Confidential Information other than for the purposes of performing its obligation hereunder.
     

  2. Either Party may designate information as confidential by: (a) marking written or digital information or other physical media as “Confidential” or with a similar legend prior to disclosure, (b) indicating in the visual display of a program that the program is confidential, (c) identifying oral information as confidential at the time of disclosure to Recipient, or (d) notifying the Recipient in writing prior to disclosure that certain specifically identified types of information are considered to be confidential.
     

  3. Parties shall not have any obligations under this Agreement with respect to a specific portion of the Confidential Information of the other Party if it can be demonstrated with competent evidence that such Confidential Information:

    1. was in the public domain at the time it was disclosed to either Party;

    2. entered the public domain subsequent to the time it was disclosed to either Party, through no fault of either Party;

    3. was in Party’s possession free of any obligation of confidence at the time it was disclosed to the other Party; or

    4. was rightfully communicated to the Party free of any obligation of confidence subsequent to the time it was disclosed to the other Party.
       

  4. Notwithstanding the above, either Party may disclose certain Confidential Information of the other Party, without violating the obligations of this Agreement, to the extent the disclosure is required by a valid order of a court or other governmental body having jurisdiction, provided that the Party provides the other Party with reasonable prior written notice of such disclosure and makes a reasonable effort to obtain, or to assist the Party in obtaining, a protective order preventing or limiting the disclosure and/or requiring that the Confidential Information so disclosed be used only for the purposes for which the law or regulation required, or for which the order was issued.
     

  5. Either party shall immediately notify the other Party upon discovery of any loss or unauthorized disclosure of the Confidential Information of the Party.

     

Upon termination of this Agreement, each Party may request to return to the other any such Confidential Information disclosed by the other Party in connection with this Agreement.  The Parties’ obligations under this section 6 shall survive the termination of this Agreement.]