“As a coach, my dad stressed the value of teamwork. He taught me to be a good team player, to be coachable, to care about my teammates, to put team before self. As an engineer, he taught me the joy of making something, of solving problems that couldn’t be solved, of creating things that hadn’t existed before. My Dad taught me to see solutions in the world rather than problems.”
This page describes our policies for the collection, use, and disclosure of website users’ personal information.
What information do we collect?
We collect personal information from you when you fill out a form on this website, which may include a newsletter sign-up, assessment or contact form. This information includes your name, email address and may also include other personal details such as your phone number, mailing address, age or profession.
This information is used to email you survey results if you’ve taken a quiz on the website, to respond to any direct queries you may have sent us, as well as to send you personalized periodic emails, including newsletters, regular product and services updates, marketing and promotional information, or other correspondence. To stop receiving these communications at any time, simply click the “unsubscribe” option included at the bottom of each email.
This website uses “cookies,” which are small files saved on your computer that store preferences and other information via your browser (i.e. Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer) that's then used on web pages you visit. These cookies uniquely identify a web browser on a specific computer, but aren’t used to identify an individual person. If you use multiple browsers or computers, each one has a different cookie.
Google Analytics Advertising
We utilize a variety of Google Analytics Advertising features, which may include at any given time:
- Remarketing with Analytics
- Demographics and Interests reporting
- DoubleClick Campaign Manager integration
- DoubleClick Bid Manager integration
This website also utilizes a tool known as Facebook Pixel, an analytics tool that helps us measure the effectiveness of our online advertising.
How to opt out
- Directly disable cookies in your browser settings
- Visit Google's Ads Settings and/or DoubleClick opt-out page
- Visit the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page
- Utilize the handy Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on tool
- Utilize the Digital Advertising Alliance’s consumer choice tool
We only collect personal information website visitors voluntarily provide, whether from filling out forms or opting into cookies. These details are kept confidential, and we do not sell information to any third-party entities. While we implement a variety of security precautions to protect all personal information submitted through this website, we cannot guarantee its absolute security, as no method of online data transmission or storage is 100% secure.
As noted in our disclaimer, this website may contain links to other third-party entities. Just as we are not in control of the content contained on these outside websites, neither are we responsible for their privacy policies and practices.