Upon submission, you will be invoiced according to the tuition options you have requested.
Program prerequisite: MAP
Term: 24 Months ("Contract Period")
CONFERENCES: Member must attend Four (4) Conferences in the Contract Period in their entirety (Extra study/founder days or social events are requested but negotiable).STUDY MODULES: There are 24 Study Modules available during the Contract Period. Each Module is to be downloaded from our designated site, on or following the 1st of each month and then submitted no later than the 1st of the following month. Also required for submission are the standard measures required for Health, Money, and Income or other COL if applicable. ("Study Period").STUDY MODULES: Participants should anticipate that the length and difficulty of the Study Modules would vary depending on the assigned content, subject matter and the practical or specific knowledge one may have. Most of the modules are designed to be specialized study to support the transactional domains of the Transaction Cycle and offer a reflective study on each of the Conditions of Life as well as expand the specialized knowledge and practice of the Conditions of Transaction. Study Modules are designed to guide the participant study, accurate thinking, deliberate practice and support the work and action required to produce results and consequences needed to meet specific aims. They will tend to be singular in their focus and aimed toward the Conditions of Life, Transactional Domains, Conditions of Transaction, specialized principals and/or practices. WEBINAR SESSIONS: Attendance is required for at least one hour of each 24 Monthly Webinar Sessions ("Sessions"). The length of any Session will depend on the specific need of the Program participants. These Sessions are designed to offer an opportunity to have specific Study Module questions addressed and are the place to bring specific requests for help in your study. These sessions are exclusive to MAP2 - PSTI members only and from time to time will include special guests.SATISFACTION METRICS: Participants are obligated to submit a Satisfaction Metrics Report.
OTHER PROGRAM ATTENDANCE: Participants will be required to attend and participate ambitiously in all Focus Lecture Training Series during the Contract Period.MAP2 participants may satisfy their participation obligations through the FLTS or other webinar sessions in our lower level programs which include:
Attendance in other programs or live classrooms may be required as part of a specific Monthly Study. This practice is aimed to support specific distinctions of learning and practice.For example, FOT Study number 5 where the Conference is offered to FOT participants or PIP Study 9 or 10 where the Transactions Cycle is presented to PIP participants. Observing invitations and offers as well as participating in the leadership assessment of the sessions is highly relevant and useful as participants aim to produce results and move powerfully in their own transactions.MATERIALS: From six (6) to ten (10) additional books as well as modules, articles and other media will be assigned during the study.
Year 2 Legacy Study - Biographical PresentationYou will be obligated to study and present a formal talk on a public (well-known) individual. Participants will be required to name that individual in the first year of your Contract Period, and must complete the module and formal presentation to the MAP and MAP II Membership between your thirteenth (13th) and twenty-first (21st) monthly study periods. A MAP II Program Leader must accept the subject person selected for this assignment.Within the Contract Period and during the developmental period of the MAP II Program, Kirkland will be reasonably available to each member of the program during designated office hours to address any concerns participants may have regarding the study or a specific transaction.Please do not abuse this opportunity by being overly demanding or high cost. Kirkland reserves the right to decline requests for help depending on Participant’s demonstration of ambition, member standing, metrics and the like. In other words - if Participant moves powerfully inside the obligations and constraints of the program, Participant will have enthusiastic and reasonable access. If not, Participant must anticipate that Kirkland and other program leaders will act and move reciprocally.
This Agreement is made and entered into effective this Program Agreement date by and between Influence Ecology, LLC, (“Company”) a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of California, and Participant (“Participant”). Whereas Participant has requested of Company to participate in its Program, (“Program”); and Whereas Company has accepted the request to participate; Now, therefore Company and Participant agree as follows: I. Organization & Company Structure The purpose of the Company is to provide specialized education and training to qualified and specific customers, namely business professionals. Programs offered by the Company are not currently accredited through any accreditation organizations or associations. Company promises to provide specialized training and guidance to Participant through a strategic and comprehensive curriculum of study specific to their specific Program which may include study modules, assigned books and other materials, webinar classrooms, group conference calls, live events, conferences, personalized consultation, and other training. II. Tuition Participant shall pay tuition amount due upon receipt of the Program Tuition Invoice. Acceptance into the Program is contingent upon the receipt of the tuition or deposit as described in detail in the Program Tuition Invoice. Participant understands and agrees that $1000.00 of any initial deposit is non-refundable. III. Copyrights and Proprietary Materials The original content and materials provided and/or presented as part of the Program are owned exclusively by the Company. All materials and concepts created for the Program and provided or presented are proprietary and copyrighted by Company.The Program includes the use of many published books and outside materials (“Recommended Materials”), which are recommended for study but are not provided to Participant by the Company. Any costs associated with Participant’s acquisition of Recommended Materials, including the purchase price, sales tax, shipping costs or any other related expenses shall be borne exclusively by Participant and are not included in the Program tuition costs or Company refund policies.IV. Tuitions, Refund Policy and Schedule Tuition Agreement payment options may extend past the fourth session. After session three, all tuitions scheduled are to be paid regardless of Participant completion of the Program. Prior to session three, Company may refund tuition paid according to the refund schedule detailed below. Refunds will apply in certain cases where Participant is unable to complete or fulfill on the obligations of the program or Participant is removed from the program for any reason by Company. Refund amounts are calculated on tuitions paid less the non-refundable deposit. For Participants who are paid in full, the refund schedule is as follows:
Tuitions are due as invoiced and are subject to collections or credit reporting for late or non-payment.
The participant will be registered into two Mid-Year and two Annual Member conferences associated with the dates of this contract.
The Conference Terms and Conditions are as follows:
V. Confidentiality and Nondisclosure The proprietary materials provided to Participant by Company are intended for Participant’s personal use only. Participant agrees to keep all materials confidential and agrees not to share, show or otherwise display the materials without the written permission of the Company. Participants shall not disclose, show, lend, distribute, modify, repackage, repurpose or otherwise use the materials of the Program as part of any educational or business training program or any other commercial offer.Participant shall not reproduce, copy, or duplicate, adapt or modify concepts, materials or presentations for any reason other than personal use and study.Participant agrees herein NOT to blog or publish, reproduce, display, demonstrate or reveal any of the materials, discussions, principles, distinctions, photos, logos, and other such proprietary materials covered in this agreement – on ANY websites, including and not limited to social media or other commercial or public websites such as, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and the like. Participant recognizes and acknowledges the exclusive nature of the educational materials and the importance of confidentiality required to deliver their programs, and in as much, agrees NOT to disclose or make available to disclose, in any format, the materials covered by this agreement. Participant shall adhere to these terms of Confidentiality and Nondisclosure during and after participation in the Program.The protection of these materials, concepts and presentations extends in perpetuity. Participant understands that they may be made privy to certain proprietary and confidential information about the Company and/or other Participants which may be shared or exchanged with other Program participants and Program leaders. Participant agrees to keep confidential and not to disclose any personal or proprietary information, which may be overheard, learned or otherwise obtained while participating in the Program. All information provided by Participant in written assignments and shared in group study sessions including regular conference calls is available to other Program participants for their review. COMPANY DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE PRIVACY AND / OR CONFIDENTIALITY OF ANY INFORMATION DISCLOSED BY PARTICIPANT. COMPANY RECOMMENDS THAT PARTICIPANT NOT SHARE ANY INFORMATION THAT MIGHT BE DAMAGING OR HARMFUL IF MADE PUBLIC. Participant is urged to be prudent, dignified and responsible with regard to sharing any information. The Company makes use of a public website (“Website”) and email, for the facilitation and delivery of Study Modules and uses a public conference call system for study calls. Though these sites are password protected and meant to be exclusive and only made available to participants, COMPANY MAKES NO GUARANTEE OF PRIVACY. Participants are responsible for the information placed on these sites and shared in group sessions. Company does not share, sell or otherwise transact with the private information provided by participant including contact information. Participant may not publish, sell, disclose or otherwise make public any information posted to the Website by any participant in this Program or any other Company program or event, including, but not limited to names and contact information. Participant agrees to indemnify Company, its officers, directors, managers, agents and employees from any damages, including reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs that might arise from Participant’s breach of this section of the Agreement. Company may extend written permission for Participant to share certain materials and concepts with household family members (“Family”). If extended, Participant understands that terms and obligations agreed to herein extend to any Family with whom Participant shares materials, concepts or the like. The provisions of this section shall survive the termination of this Agreement for so long as the materials remain confidential, proprietary and/or protected by copyright. VI. Term The term of this Agreement shall begin upon execution hereof and, with the exception of the terms and conditions outlined above related to Confidentiality, Nondisclosure, Copyrights and Proprietary Materials, shall end upon the mutual agreement of the parties hereto or upon the completion of the Program.The Company reserves the right to remove Participant from the Program for any reason. Participants who do not complete study modules, assigned materials, attend study calls, or satisfy tuition obligations, are at risk of removal without notice and/or warning. Participant understands that the Company does not make any recommendation, give advisement or other such counsel regarding personal, familial, medical, psychological, career or financial choices and is not liable for any damages or injury caused by the choices made by Participant while in the Program. Company DOES NOT recommend or require, (for any reason) that Participant make any major changes, such as leaving a current job or income producing situation. Furthermore, Company makes statements to this fact and recommends that Participant not make any major or sudden change that may affect their current financial situation without first seeking the counsel of professionals.Company does not make or offer any employment placement services, jobs, positions or referrals as a result of participation in Program. Members of the Company who lead Programs and training sessions are not medical professionals and do not counsel or otherwise advise Participant on personal matters or regimens including diet or exercise programs.VIII. Partial Invalidity Should any provision of this Agreement be held to be void, invalid or inoperative, the remaining provisions of this Agreement shall not be affected and shall continue in effect and the invalid provision shall be deemed modified to the least degree necessary to remedy such invalidity.IX. Entire Agreement The provisions of this Agreement constitute the entire agreement between Company and Participant with respect to the subject matter hereof and no prior or contemporaneous agreement, either written or oral, shall have the effect of varying the terms hereof. No amendment to this Agreement shall be effective unless reduced to writing and signed by the parties. X. Governing Law, Forum Selection, Dispute Resolution via Collaborative Process and Jury Waiver This Agreement shall be governed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California without regard to the principles of conflict of laws. Participant and Company agree to utilize the Collaborative Process on all disputes hereunder. Should a dispute involve the threat of immediate and continued injury for which an injunction may maintain, the aggrieved party may first apply for a court order for a cease and desist order or other order to maintain the status quo, after which application is ruled upon, the parties will return to the Collaborative Process. For all litigation hereunder, Participant and Company agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction in federal and state courts in the State of California located in Los Angeles County. Participant and Company, to the fullest extent allowed by law, waive any right which they may have to a trial by jury. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, COMPANY AND PARTICIPANT agrees to the terms and conditions and has duly executed this Agreement on the day and year set forth above.
Influence Ecology LLC
Your submitted contract will be counter-signed and mailed to your billing address.
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Liz Smiley Director, Office of Admissions(805) 269-6691
1000 Town Center Drive | Suite 300 | Oxnard | California | 93036 | +1 (805) 285-2900
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