esprit de corps


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Morale; literally French for ‘spirit of body/group’

esprit de corps

Graduate education The degree of happiness of the 'campers' in a place
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Caption: ABOVE RIGHT: On 27 May Publisher Scott Taylor presented the first ever Esprit de Corps Award of Appreciation to the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires for their outstanding contribution to Veterans' transition.
If there is one term to describe the working environment inside the Department, it certainly is "Esprit de Corps".
Dans un premier chapitre consaere aux celebres reformes de Cardwell et Childers du dernier tiers du XIXe siecle, qui sont habituellement presentees comme ayant formalise le << systeme regimentaire >>, French montre bien comment c'est la creation et l'entretien de cet << esprit de corps >> qui guide l'action des reformateurs, qui voient dans l'armee constituee par Bismarck un modele pour l'armee britannique a cause meme de cet esprit fonde en grande partie sur l'identification du soldat, tant l'engage que le reserviste, avec un territoire.
MORALE: This characteristic is often confused with esprit de corps. In order to understand the factors from which high morale stems, one must approach this characteristic from the point of view of the individual.
However, Dunkelman makes a sharp distinction between esprit de corps and morale.
According to the court, the hairstyle policy was rationally related to a legitimate government interest in public safety, discipline, and esprit de corps. The agency asserted that requiring officers to have traditional military or law enforcement hairstyles allowed them to be distinguished from prisoners during attempted uprisings or escapes, that such hairstyles engendered respect from prisoners, and that the hairstyles fostered esprit de corps among the officers.
Throughout How to Make Black America Better, is the prevailing message that in order to make black America better, unity and esprit de corps must exist among everyone.
Marine Corps, which is the standard for 'esprit de corps,' I have subsequently been privileged in my relationships at Marriott and LensCrafters, two organizations lauded for management excellence.
The enunciation of an exclusive esprit de corps was central to Bishop Sprat's History of the Royal Society (1667) and other propaganda works designed to convince the world that the Society (and hence natural philosophy) was polite, while disparaging other sources of opinion (the "vulgar," pedants, and so forth).
He was presumed ignorant on the issues of privacy, esprit de corps, and discipline as they relate to the military.