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CUTV News Radio Spotlights Clara Wajngurt of Bullying Prevention Consulting

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Fresh Meadows, NY - Clara Wajngurt is a top notch Executive Coach, author, speaker, a Mathematics Professor at CUNY University, and the Founder and owner of Bullying Prevention Consulting LLC.

Dr. Wajngurt first became acquainted with the issues of bullying as a young College Professor when she was alerted to people being bullied on campus. Deeply concerned, Clara began speaking out and adamantly researching and reaching out to schools about the importance of addressing bullying. To date, Dr. Wajngurt has written several peer-reviewed articles and two books on workplace bullying prevention.

“There are numerous colleges and universities that have incorporated anti bullying policies which is a monumental accomplishment,” says Clara. “However, the work place bullying issues have not been dealt with appropriately or tackled effectively so I am continuing to work diligently with corporations till we are able to make true progress in promoting a positive workplace culture.”

Through her supportive unparalleled one on one coaching and powerful workshops, Clara offers weary clients the support and encouragement needed to handle and cope with workplace issues weighing them down.

Clara reminds us that if you are being bullied in your workplace it’s important to alert your boss, supervisor, or human resources manager and to seek out her coaching services so you can regain your self-confidence and learn the proper tools to manage how to cope effectively.

“I will continue to persist in eradicating workplace bullying by helping to incorporate a proactive approach which promotes anti-bullying policies in all companies,” says Clara.

For more information on our guest please visit www.bullyingpreventionconsulting.com

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