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Code of Ethics


The following ethical code is essential to Linksight to guarantee the highest quality standards for the client company, the individual and the Linksight representative.

Our ethical code describes the ethical principles and standards of behaviours for all Linksight representatives. This ethical code applies to any Linksight coach, trainer or support team member.


At the start of a relationship, a clear contract is established between the client company, the individual and the Linksight representative to agree on the objectives of the relationship,  the means, the nature and limits of confidentiality, financial arrangements, and any other terms of the agreement or contract.

Quality Standards

Linksight professionals commit to excellence through continued personal, professional, and ethical development based on the latest developments and research in any related matter. They seek to make proper use of emerging and growing technological developments that are being used and ensure ethical standards apply to them. They seek to understand their client company and individual client expectations and operational aspects of their business. Linksight professionals are subject to regular individual or group supervision and also review progress in pairs.


Linksight professionals maintain the strictest levels of confidentiality for all parties with regards to any records and information exchanged.

Conflict of interests

Linksight professionals strive to be aware and resolve any personal or professional conflict of interest or potential conflict of interest by working through the issue with relevant parties, seeking professional assistance, or suspending temporarily or ending the professional relationship when required.


Linksight professionals recognize their personal limitations or circumstances that may impair, conflict or interfere with the relationships. They will then inform the relevant parties and may recommend other professionals. This may include suspending or terminating the relationship(s).


Linksight professionals will not give any information that they know or believe to be misleading or false. This includes, but is not limited to, the process and its value, accreditation, certification or advice.

Social responsibility

Linksight professionals avoid any kind of discrimination by maintaining fairness and equality in all activities and operations, while respecting local rules and cultural practices. This includes, but is not limited to, discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, colour, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, immigration status, mental or physical disability, and other areas of human difference.

Key Definitions

 “Linksight Professional”—individuals who are engaged as Linksight representatives e.g. Linksight staff, Linksight contractors, in roles including but not limited to Support team, Coach, Coach Supervisor, Mentor Coach, Coach Trainer, and Coaching students.

    “Client”—the entity (including its representatives) paying for and/or arranging or defining the coaching services to be provided.

    “Beneficiary”—the individual or team/group being coached or trained, the coach/trainer being mentored or supervised, or the coach, the trainer or the student coach being trained.

    “Coaching”— Process of exploration and creativity process aimed at enhancing awareness and inspiring action to maximize potential and outcomes for an individual, a group or an organization.

    “Coaching Relationship”—a relationship that is established by a coach and beneficiaries under an agreement or a contract signed by the coach, the clients and the beneficiaries that define the responsibilities and expectations of each of the parties.

    “Code”—Linksight ethical code

    “Confidentiality”—protection of any information obtained around all coaching/training assignments unless consent to release is given.

    “Conflict of Interest”—a situation in which a coach or a trainer is involved in multiple interests where serving one interest could work against or be in conflict with another. This could be financial, personal or otherwise.

    “Equality”—a situation in which everyone experiences inclusion, access to resources and opportunity, regardless of their race, ethnicity, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, immigration status, mental or physical disability, and other areas of human difference.


More than 20 years managing teams for large banking organisations, across the world. Today transforming organisations and the people within.

Board member of a major educational association, focused on ensuring the best level of education is offered to the largest number of young people.

4th grade black belt in Chinese Martial Arts, always looking to achieve new balances in any projects.

Experienced HEC certified coach, on a mission to unlock human and organizational potential.