• Untied Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF): ESTA engaged the larger UNICEF community in stakeholder interviews and the design and delivery of induction programming for high potential recruits into UNICEF.  The programmes for Junior Professional Officers (JPO) and New Emerging Talent Initiative (NETI) were delivered in the spring of 2014 over a cumulative period of 5 weeks.

  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Inspector General’s Office (IGO): ESTA designed and led a three phase programme to develop the skills of UNHCR staff to conduct investigations into employee fraud and malfeasance.  Phase 1-Knowledge Development was an online programme with a test that must be completed before Phase 2-Classroom Learning. Phase 2 was delivered in three day workshops in Geneva, Bangkok, Nairobi, Dakar, Istanbul, Panama, Geneva and Budapest.  Phase 3 built and sustained a Community of Practice using web based tools, mentors, and field assignments.  ESTA designed, delivered and facilitated the original training in 2005, and has facilitated over 20 iterations of the programme, including the most recent one in September, 2012.

  • United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA): Led a consulting team engaged by UNFPA to assist in the analysis and development of new models of matching learning programmes for the core competencies of UNFPA staff.  Using a facilitative process, the team analysed UNFPA course offerings, conducted a best practice review of 8 other organizations, and brought the research to a facilitated 2 day multi-agency (UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF) workshop.

  • UNHCR: Designed and led a series of two-day workshops at 4 regional hubs for UNHCR, focussed on developing staff skills in recognizing, responding to, and preventing refugee resettlement fraud. The programme, “Confronting Refugee Resettlement Fraud”, was designed for senior UNHCR field representatives and delivered in numerous international locations and cultural milieu.