Confirmation Bias is a behavioral economics principle that suggests individuals have a tendency to seek and interpret information in a way that confirms their preexisting beliefs or assumptions. By understanding this principle, organizations can optimize employee messaging by presenting information that aligns with employees' existing beliefs, reinforcing their perspectives and increasing engagement.
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