Chapter 2 The nature of trust
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The second chapter provides an introduction to the nature and complexity of trust as a concept. The authors situate trust within leadership discourse, including definitions, features, and educational leaders’ comprehension of the concept-in-use. They distinguish the roles and perceptions of trustor and trusted and offer that trust is a multi-dimensional concept in theory and practice.

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