Discuss how children learn with a focus on one area from a selection of current priorities drawing on relevant literature, research and practice from a critical perspective. Analyze a profile of evidence from a specific focus child on BSE 1 making explicit links between theory and practice to present a critical overview.
omen to pursue leadership roles and how once they do they are still unequal to their male counterparts. This article also relates to Ahrens article because they both state that women are mostly given risky leadership goals and are more inclined to be removed from their leadership positions than men are. Mook, Magdalena Nowicka. “The Nonprofit Gender Gap: How To Get The Female Leadership You Need.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 14 Feb. 2019. One of the problems that many women face today is that they are not given equal representation and credit in leadership positions. Currently, Forbes has just released an article that describes the differences of female leadership in nonprofit organizations. Forbes states that even in top-tier nonprofit organizations, women that earn raises averages to 4.9%, whereas men are receiving an increase of 8.4%. In this article Mook explains that the gender gap in workplaces is decreasing. but the decrease is very slow especially when it comes to leadership roles. Mook specifically talks about non-profit organizations. She states that although majority of the workers in nonprofits are female there is still a gap in the salaries that men and women get. The gap is not due t the shortage of women who want to acquire a leadership role, rather a research by The Chronicle of Philanthropy states that 72 percent of women under 35, and 64 percent of women between 35 to 44 wanted to hold leadership positions. Mook writes that investing in women’s professional growth can help reduce the gender gap and allow women to use their full potential in leadership positions. One way that the problem of the gender gap in leadership roles between men and women can be resolved is through leadership coaching of women. Mook explains that a professional coach can help women strengthen their leadership skills, and self-awareness. By providing educational workshops and seminars organizations can understand the gender gap in nonprofits and invite more women to speak about their leadership experiences. Mook is an Executive Director and CEO of the International Coach Federation, she has a Master of Science in Economics and International Trade from the Warsaw School of Economics in Poland and completed the Copenhagen Business Schools Advanced Program in International Management and Consulting. Mook also is a trained coach through the College of Executive Coaching. This source is helpful in my research because like Landmanns article this article focuses on another type of business. Mook writes about nonprofits and how in this type of business there is still gender gaps and preferences over one gender to have as CEO and fulfill leadership roles. This article also falls under Ahrens article, going further in detail how some specific business further have to deal with gender gap issues. This article is specifically helpful in my research because it references problems with women in leadership positions in nonprofits, but it also proves information on how these nonprofits are dealing w>GET ANSWER