morale builder

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Noun1.morale builder - something or someone who influences by building or strengthening morale
influence - a cognitive factor that tends to have an effect on what you do; "her wishes had a great influence on his thinking"
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This is not to mention the need for a master morale builder to pull the players off of the floor where they've been in terms of confidence for coming up to 12 months.
"It's definitely a big morale builder amongst employees.
"Walt was always there as a morale builder. We both said we were children looking for our inner adult - Walt was such a big kid.
As an embassy morale builder, Neumann took along junior members of his staff, who were pleased to see Afghanistan first hand, share their experience with others, and bring renewed enthusiasm to their tasks.
Rubes was a morale builder and pillar of strength for the COC touring company's more than 1,000 performances of operas such as The Barber of Seville (Don Basilio), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Falstaff), Orpheus in the Underworld (Pluto) and, his own favorite, the title role in Don Pasquale.
Another morale builder is the combat lifesaver (CLS) course.
"When your team is closing half a dozen major sales a day, it gives the agents insight to sales velocity and is a great morale builder." The blog provides another way for salespeople to trade war stories, sharing details of a sale such as techniques used, competitors encountered, and hurdles overcome--unlike water cooler conferences, the particulars are recorded and searchable.
Dale Rogers, called the beer buys a simple "morale builder."
Roosevelt (CVA 42) to read the world's best morale builder. Mail.