Morale is the general mood of a person and whether he is confident, motivated and willing to perform tasks.
An example of morale is when an employee loves his job.
morale definition by Webster's New World
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- moral or mental condition with respect to courage, discipline, confidence, enthusiasm, willingness to endure hardship, etc. within a group, in relation to a group, or within an individual
- Rare morality
Origin: French feminine of moral ; from Classical Latin moralis: see moral
morale definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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The state of the spirits of a person or group as exhibited by confidence, cheerfulness, discipline, and willingness to perform assigned tasks.
Origin: French, morality, good conduct, from feminine of moral, moral, from Old French; see moral.
morale - Business Definition
The state of mind, including confidence and attitude, of an individual or group. Morale affects the quantity and quality of work performed and the ability to achieve assigned tasks.