• Lauren Bloom is an interfaith minister and attorney who focuses on professional and personal integrity. Her career has been devoted to helping business professionals earn and maintain the trust of their clients, cutomers, colleagues and associates. An internationally-recognized expert on business and professional ethics, Lauren has appeared as a keynote speaker across North America and in Europe.

    Lauren lives in Springfield, Virginia outside of Washington, D.C.

  • “Art of the Apology” Has Been Released!

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    It’s a thrill to be able to say that Art of the Apology: How, When and Why to Give and Accept Apologies has been released!  The book is available for purchase at Barnes & Noble stores or online at the websites of Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Mediander.

    It’s been particular fun to go out on a media tour to publicize the book. Since Christmas I’ve been on a whirlwind tour of TV and radio interviews in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, Norfolk, Richmond, Seattle, and, of course, Washington, D.C.  Just this morning, I had the enormous fun of appearing on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show to talk about Governor Chris Christie’s press conference yesterday.  (I’ll critique his “apology” in a separate post, but suffice it to say than I don’t think he covered himself in glory.)  All very heady stuff.

    And, because I think “thank yous” are as important as apologies, I want to thank my friends at Fine & Kahn and MJF Books, especially Alan Kahn and Scott Messina, for agreeing to publish Art of the Apology.  Thanks to Ronni Stolzenberg and Susan Schwartzman for all your hard work to bring the book to the public’s attention.  Thanks to Lynn Cannici for driving me all over Boston in frigid weather without a single complaint.  And special thanks to my literary agents, Peggy Keller and Ellen Kleiner of Blessingway Author Services, for believing in Art of the Apology and me.  I’m humbled, and very, very grateful.


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    • “This splendid little book not only contains much of practical value (I was personally helped by it), it will encourage the development of such virtues as honesty and humility and that is no small gift.”

      --Rabbi Harold Kushner, author,
      When Bad Things Happen to Good People.

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