Servant-leadership as a predictor of teacher’s trust on headmaster in Betong Division of Sarawak
Lingoh Anak Untan, Abd Latif bin Kasim, Ishak Sin, Arumugam Raman
Headmaster’s leadership style is very important in determining the effectiveness of a school. A school’s performance is depending on the leadership style adopted. The objective of this article is to examine the impact of servant-leadership practices towards teacher’s trust on headmaster. A total of 310 teachers who work in primary schools, Betong Division, Sarawak have participated in this survey. The analysis of correlation and regression tests were conducted and found significant relationships between servant-leadership and teacher’s trust on headmaster. Additionally, the servant-leadership also acts as predictor to teachers’ trust on headmaster.