Leadership development consultancy Sunray7 recently retained Decision Mechanics to develop a web application based on their well-regarded “Resilient Leader” assessment and development approach.
Sunray7 have helped a range of leading multinational companies develop their future leaders. Their clients include:
- British Telecom
- the UK’s Ministry of Defence
Decision Mechanics helped the team at Sunray7 transform their manual process into a web applicaton—allowing their leadership development clients to take a self-administered assessment and obtain a personalized profile and development plan. This involved working with senior Sunray7 managers to redesign a sophisticated face-to-face process for on-line presentation.
Rachel McGill, Sunray7’s Managing Director, said:
When we started out we thought we knew what we wanted—we were wrong. The process of application development that we went through with Decision Mechanics challenged our assumptions and limiting beliefs and clarified our understanding of our business and what we had the potential to achieve. So, yes we now have an innovative and shiny new product that really helps our clients, but more importantly we have a whole new direction to consider taking our business in. The potential business, confidence and renewed energy that this brings represent a substantial return on our investment.
The Resilient Leadership application was developed using ASP.NET MVC 3 and SQL Server 2008 R2.
If you are interested in finding out more about the Resilient Leader web application, and how it could help your organization develop its leadership potential, please contact Sunray7’s Rachel McGill on +44 (0)1432 357969.