Community Guidelines – Coaching with Confidence
Jennie HK (JHK Coaching & Consulting Ltd)
Welcome to our Community!
We’re so happy you’re here!
This is our space to grow together. So it’s JHK Coaching & Consulting Ltd job to keep it an amazing, safe and a supportive place to be. With that said, it’s time to make it clear that there are some ground rules for the community, comments and Facebook groups.
RULE #1 Be Cool. Be Nice.
The course you are a part of is a supportive community where we can all grow together. In order for a community to be its best, we must all be our best. There is no tolerance for bullying, bitching, blame, name calling, drama, gossip, or toxic negative energy towards any client, staff member of Jennie HK or Jennie Harland-Khan herself. If you bring negative energy into this community or to a community member, not only are you hurting every client, staff member, Jennie Harland Khan’s experience, but you’re also hurting yours. Failure to abide by this rule will result in immediate and permanent expulsion from the community & course without a refund.
RULE #2 No Spamming, No Self Promotion or Solicitation.
This community is not a place for you to get leads or clients for your business.
This is not a place to poach clients for your course or services. Never email or contact any other member of this community without their permission (this includes adding them to your email list). Breaking this rule will result in immediate removal of the course and community without a refund. If you have any question about this rule Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll let you know what we think. Don’t contact or offer someone help only to funnel them into a call, paid service or an affiliate link. Let your business make money ethically. This is a community of honest entrepreneurs who are here to grow.
The Facebook Group.
Our online Facebook communities are only for paid members who are in good standing. Various team members of JHK Coaching & Consulting Ltd will serve as managers for each group. We don’t control Facebook. If they decide to change their policies, or they choose to charge members of Facebook groups, then there’s really nothing we can do about it. This may result in the limiting or removal of our ability to keep this Facebook group open. We reserve the right to eliminate the Facebook group entirely if the group guidelines listed above (and below) are not honoured. If you have any course delivery/technical/payment questions then email us directly email@example.com, the office hours are 9:30am to 5pm (BST) Monday to Friday. Don’t use the Facebook group to ask these questions. We can help you better one on one through email.
While the Facebook group is a great place to hang out, it is not the place to go looking for professional support or therapy. We can give you lots of love. We can’t give you deep psychological counselling.
Any opinions, ideas, advice, or other contributions made by members of the community are those of the author. This means that you are relying on such information at your own risk. So don’t solely rely on advice or opinions given in this group. Use them as data points, and either do your own outside research or seek professional advice.
Please, please follow the guidelines. We want this to be an amazing experience for you. But if you make a mistake, if you slip up, here’s what we might have to do. We might remove your post without notice. If your post is inappropriate, self-promotional, unethical, hurtful, challenging, asking course delivery/technical questions or at all inappropriate, we reserve the right to remove it immediately.
Again, this is because we want this to be an amazing community.
We might contact you directly to let you know that you’ve violated our guidelines.
We could also have our lawyer contact you if the issue is serious enough.
We could have to remove you completely from the course and the community without warning.
If you have any questions about the above guidelines, please reach out to us and ask. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will definitely answer your question, because we don’t want any of these things to happen to you. We do reserve the right to change these Community Guidelines. If we do, we will be sure to let you know, and we will post the revised Community Guidelines in the Facebook group for you to see.