根據上述結論，本研究提出若干建議，以供學校行政人員與未來研究者參考。 The purposes of this study were to explore the relationship between the perception of organizational trust and leadership behaviors of junior high school administrators in New Taipei City, and to analyze the differences in perception of organizational trust and leadership behaviors by personal background and school factors. The variable of Organizational trust included school organizations trust, manager’s trust and confidence among peers. The variable of leadership behaviors included encouraging incentives, stimulating intelligence, individual cares, conditional rewards, and exceptional management .
A questionnaire survey was conducted to all junior high school administrators in New Taipei City. Subjects of this survey were 236 school administrators, and among them 185 returned the questionnaire, and 118 were valid.
Based on the analysis of results of the survey, the following conclusions were summarized:
I. The administrators’ perception of organizational trust was at the medium-high level, and the “manager’s trust” was the highest.
II. The administrators’ leadership behaviors were full with diversities including transformational and transaction leadership, and the “individual cares” was at the highest level.
III. The administrators’ perception of organizational trust had some remarkable differences by gender.
IV. The administrators’ leadership behaviors had no significant difference by personal level of education and background variables of school.
V. The administrators’ perception of organizational trust and leadership behaviors had a medium level of positive correlation.
VI. The administrators’ perception of organizational trust had a significant power of prediction toward leadership behaviors, and the “school’s trust” was the best predictor.
Based on conclusions mentioned above, this study proposed some suggestions for school administrators and researchers of future study.