The Degree of Organizational Trust and its relationship with the participation in decision-making processes
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The degree of organizational trust considers a concept that has the attention in many developed countries, and in many scientific fields, such as organizational psychology, and management and educational sciences, due to its key role in the active and productive work relationships reflected in studies’ results that conducted in these fields. The study aimed to identify the level of organizational trust degree prevailing at the offices of Directorates of Education in Irbid and its relationship with the participation in decision-making processes, from the standpoint of male and female educational supervisors, and the study sample consists of (137) male and female educational supervisors. Study results showed a medium degree of the organizational trust that prevails at the Directorate of Education in Irbid, from the standpoint of male and female educational supervisors in the areas of organizational trust (administrative policies, manager style, opportunities for creativity, organizational values). Results also indicated a statistically significant correlation at level (a≤0.5) between the organizational trust and participation in decision-making processes, from the standpoint of educational supervisors, and nonexistence of statistically significant differences at level (a≤0.5) in the sample members’ responses due to variables (gender, scientific qualification, experience).
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