2020 Coaching Practicum with Plum Cluverius
2.5 Core, .5 RD CCEU
Light breakfast will be provided
One characteristic of a great coach is that whatever their skill level, they want to get better. When it’s just you and your client, there aren’t many opportunities to explore what just happened, from the coaching move perspective. Wouldn’t it be great to hear from fellow coaches, whom you respect, that you just hit one out of the park? Or maybe you’d like to know of alternate coaching moves that could be more effective in a specific situation.
The ICF Virginia chapter is pleased to offer you this opportunity to hone and take your coaching level up a notch with the 2020 Coaching Practicum. It’s an opportunity to learn by doing. You’ll observe and debrief coaching demonstrations, coach a client and receive feedback from peers in the safety of a small group, and – you’ll be coached.
All three experiences can add to your repertoire, add to your confidence, and give you food for thought as you move forward in your practice.
- To observe skilled coaches as they work with clients
- To explore critical moments in a coaching session and identify coaching moves that help the client move forward
- To practice coaching in a supportive learning environment
- To receive supportive and constructive feedback on a coaching session
- To identify the core coaching competencies used in a live coaching session
- To sharpen observational skills as a client and observe by giving feedback to fellow coaches
Ellen “Plum” Cluverius, MA/ABS, PCC
Plum is a catalyst for creative change in her clients and their organizations as an executive coach, facilitator and consultant. With each engagement, her goal is to optimize her clients’ singular combination of talent and experience and to help them achieve results they thought were impossible— a promotion, a culture change, more motivated employees, greater influence, or resolution of a difficult conflict.
With experience coaching and consulting in a wide variety of organizations--Fortune 500 companies, small and mid-sized businesses, local, state and federal government, non-profits and universities, Plum appreciates the commonalities and the unique culture of each client organization. Serving on the adjunct faculty of the Federal Executive Institute and the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond has deepened her understanding of the leadership challenges in each world.
Dedicated to improving her capacity to serve her clients, Plum earned a MA in the Applied Behavioral Sciences from Whitworth College and the Leadership Institute of Seattle, has completed over two years of study with the Newfield Network--becoming a Newfield Certified Coach, earned a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) credential from the International Coach Federation and has studied with numerous leaders in the fields of coaching and organization development. Plum is a past president of the International Coach Federation Virginia Chapter, was awarded the Member of the Year award from the National Association of Women Business Owners in 2009 and a chapter leader’s award from the Association of Psychological Type.
When she’s not working, Plum enjoys singing and playing guitar, any activity that takes her outside, and spending time with friends and family.