Our Goal: Create a Safe Place for Learning. Your Data is just that. Yours.
Getting the most out of the Emotion Life Lab requires that you feel comfortable thinking about and sharing your emotions. We work hard to create an environment where that can happen.
Your Data is Yours
When you enter information into the Life Lab - whether text, video, audio, photos, or interactive contributions - it is yours and Oji Life Lab can’t access it, except as we describe below. We store your information in secure systems and it’s anonymized, so your identity information isn’t stored with the data.
A key part of the Life Lab is our live sessions with Oji Coaches. These Coaches treat everything you say as strictly confidential. When you’re in sessions with other learners, everyone is asked to respect our Code of Conduct. Sometimes we record and review live sessions for training purposes. User identities are never shared in this process.
Throughout the Life Lab, you’ll see the “Visible to Coach” option, that allows you to selectively make your contributions visible to Coaches that work with you. Generally speaking, Coaches can only access the information while working with you. If you don't share the info, they can't see it.
When you chat with us, any Coach may respond. In the process, they’ll see your chat history. Once the chat goes “quiet” for some time, the chat discussion is no longer available to Coaches.
No surprise here, but when you choose the “Share” option on a card, it’s contents will become visible to the Life Lab community.
Our technical staff may, from time to time, have access to user information while maintaining systems. Needless to say, these personnel are subject to our strict confidentiality policies.
We track your progress through the Life Lab and provide reports to employers, too. We don’t know *what* you’re doing, just that you’re progressing...or not.
We analyze anonymous bulk information to determine, for example, what the overall emotional climate is within an organization. Personally identifying information is never included in this process.