Cognitive Dissonance, a behavioral economics principle, explores the discomfort individuals experience when their beliefs or attitudes conflict with their actions. By understanding and applying Cognitive Dissonance in employee messaging, organizations can address these inconsistencies, highlighting the discrepancy between desired behaviors and current beliefs to encourage behavior change and alignment.
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