Prospect Theory, a behavioral economics principle, explains how individuals evaluate and make decisions based on potential gains and losses, taking into account subjective factors like risk and reference points. Incorporating Prospect Theory into employee messaging involves highlighting the potential losses or risks employees may face, as well as framing potential gains in a way that aligns with their reference points, to effectively influence their decision-making and behaviors.
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