Status Quo Bias
Status Quo Bias, a behavioral economics principle, illustrates how individuals have a preference for maintaining their current state or sticking to familiar options rather than initiating change. Incorporating Status Quo Bias in employee messaging involves emphasizing the potential negative consequences or missed opportunities of maintaining the status quo, motivating employees to embrace change and explore new possibilities for improved outcomes.
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