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Definition of the noun morale
What does morale mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: morales
- a state of individual psychological well-being based upon a sense of confidence and usefulness and purpose
- the spirit of a group that makes the members want the group to succeed
Alternative definition of the noun morale
- The capacity of people to maintain belief in an institution or a goal, or even in oneself and others.
- synonym: esprit de corps
"Morale" a.k.a. "Morale…" is a composition.
- "Morale" is a book by Murray Leinster.
- also known as "Morale (A Story of the War of 1941-43)"
- genre: Fiction
- subject: Military branch
- "Morale" is a book by Harold Clarke Goddard.
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Public Administration (2006)
by Urmila Sharma, S.K. Sharma
"Morale is a by-product of a combination of component which produces a balanced healthy situation in which people may work with self-respect and with the opportunity for individual growth." 2. J.D. Mooney. "Morale means the sum of several ...
Industrial Labour in India (1997)
by Rajendra Kumar Sharma
Morale is the attitude and willingness to work.
Organisational Behaviour (2006)
by S S Khanka
"Morale is the capacity of a group of people to pull together persistently and consistently in pursuit of a common purpose." – Alexander H.Leighton Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to: Define the term ...
Understanding Patterns of Project Behavior by Tom DeMarco, Peter Hruschka, Tim Lister, Steve McMenamin, James Robertson, Suzanne Robertson
High morale is an unfailing indicator of organizational health. Similarly, low morale is a sure sign that something is wrong. There is a certain kind of managerial mind that seizes upon this relationship and attempts to exploit it in reverse.
Bless and Be Blessed by John C. Maxwell
HIGH MORALE IS THE GREAT EXAGGERATOR. When an entire team ispositive and all the players feel good about themselves, everythingseems good. Preparation seems to proceedmore smoothly. Every break seems to go your way.
Humanitarian Ethics (2015)
A Guide to the Morality of Aid in War and Disaster by Hugo Slim
Morale is the most important factor in the personal ethics of individual humanitarian workers and in the vital team ethics that is so central to humanitarian success. Morale is an integral part of selfcare and a responsibility that individuals have to one another as colleagues or leaders.
Morale means not only fighting power, but staying power and strength of mind which resists the mental infections of fear, discouragement, and exaggeration of difficulties and which furnishes the mental stimulus that brings troops back to ...
Plant morale means that the workers trust the management and that the management trusts the workers. It means plant enthusiasm.
Plant morale means that the workers trust the management and that the management trusts the workers. , It means plant enthusiasm. It means a spirit of conquest in the performance of daily'tasks. It stands for company loyalty, devotion to the ...
by Michael Mandaville
"Morale is the state of mind. It is steadfastness and courage and hope.
by Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Morale: Morale is the capacity of a group's members to maintain belief in ...
Emergency services, Emergency services by CTI Reviews
morale: Morale is the capacity of a group's members to maintain belief in an institution or goal, particularly in the face of ...
Morale is the magic word for our army; we need to make it a word of power in our churches.
A church morale is that almost priceless something that will contribute immeasurably to church success if it can be developed among the...
by Harry M. Johnson
Poor morale is the lack of this willingness.
Morale is a character of the will in reference to a particular undertaking (either of one's own or of outside suggestion ); it is a measure of one's disposition to give one's self to the objective in hand.
by Steven G. Rogelberg
Hence, morale is often influenced by factors present in the work environment that are common to all employees in the group or organization. The use of employee morale surveys is a relatively common practice among businesses.
by James C. Bradford
In the former Soviet Union, the Communist Party used propaganda as a means to maintain state morale and to control society and the armed forces. The transition from communism to democracy has left an absence of ideology, but it has ...
by Jessica Kuper
A considerable number of early studies were based on a combination of both themes and searched for ways to improve morale in the expectation that increase in productivity would follow. The results of these efforts are ambiguous. On the ...
by Martin J. Manning, Herbert Romerstein
See Committee of Secret Correspondence COMMITTEE FOR NATIONAL MORALE. Private organization, affiliated with the interventionist Council for Democracy, founded in 1940 as a forum for psychologists, sociologists, political scientists, ...
by G. Kurt Piehler
characterizes morale as an inherent feeling that allows an infantry soldier to keep going, despite eminent danger, because of the near-presence of a comrade. The relationships soldiers make throughout hours of training, travel, downtime, and ...
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- Morale Meaning
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- La Description Physique et Morale
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