Overconfidence Bias, a behavioral economics principle, highlights how individuals tend to have an inflated sense of their own abilities and exhibit overconfidence in their judgments and decision-making. When implementing employee messaging, acknowledging and addressing this bias can be beneficial by presenting information that challenges employees' overconfidence and encourages a more objective and accurate assessment of their capabilities.
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