• 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.

  • Behind the Brand

     
    Lauren believes that the best foundation for a business or professional practice is integrity.  She has devoted her professional career, as an attorney and an ordained minister, to helping businesspeople create successful, high-integrity businesses, helping them to resist the temptation to take ethical shortcuts in the interest of short-term gain.

    Part of having integrity, in business and in life, is knowing when you’ve made a mistake and working to make things right.  However, admitting to error can be personally embarrassing and potentially risky, especially when a mistake creates the possibility of an expensive and stressful lawsuit.  Lauren’s book, Art of the Apology, is designed to help reduce those risks and make it easier for anyone to rectify mistakes, strengthen relationships and restore trust with effective apologies.

    Lauren offers keynote speeches and workshops that provide, practical, entertaining advice to help businesses and professionals deal responsibly with ethical dilemmas, litigation risk management and apologies to clients, customers and the public.  She also provides compassionate, confidential counseling to businesses and individuals who need help figuring out how to do the right thing in a challenging situation.

    Sharad Pawar once said, “everyone has a right to succeed, and success should be with ethics.”  Lauren’s goal is to make sure that everyone has the tools they need to succeed in any setting while preserving their self-respect and integrity.

    • “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.

    © 2013 Lauren Bloom, J.D., LL.M. All Rights Reserved.

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