Journal of Entrepreneurship Education (Print ISSN: 1098-8394; Online ISSN: 1528-2651)


Leading Organizational Trust in Educational Institutions: A Proposed Leadership Model.

Author(s): Obaid bin Abdullah Al-Subaie

This study aimed to present a proposed model for leading organizational trust in educational institutions, based on the importance of trust in achieving the goals of the organizations, and the importance of the leader's role in building and strengthening organizational trust. The researcher relied on the descriptive approach based on the method of analysing the literature related to the topic of organizational trust. To build an integrated model for the leadership of the trust system in educational institutions that can be guided by leaders in promoting trust behaviours within these institutions, by working according to the framework of a system geared towards strengthening organizational values that establish the concept of trust in the context of the prevailing human relations within educational institutions. The study aims to present a model for leading the trust system in educational institutions consisting of five main dimensions centred on the leader's ability to build and strengthen: (trust in himself, trust in his employees, trust of employees in themselves, the trust of employees in leadership, and trust of employees in each other), as well as the model provided a description of leader behaviour directed towards strengthening the system of trust in educational institutions in each of the five dimensions.

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