Darius Fisher knows Reputation Management

Darius Fisher is the current president of Status Labs. Status Labs is a unique business designed for the modern, digital age. Fisher describes Status Labs as a “reputation management, digital marketing, and public relations firm.” Fisher has been in the eye of the business community most recently for his article about ways to improve worker satisfaction and reduce turn over.

He details a variety of methods used within his own company to increase the satisfaction of employees. The two most notable takeaways there are the introduction of a company newsletter, and the employment of a system of goals and rewards in order to incentivize achievement.

The rewards system encourages productivity and helps workers feel acknowledged for a job well done. Meanwhile the company newsletter keeps everybody in the loop, increasing a sense of cooperation and unity while decreasing the chances that employees will become frustrated by lack of information.

Status Labs is an interesting testing ground for these sorts of initiatives. Because it is firm that does most of it’s work primarily online it maintains a relatively small staff in one or two centralized locations. This means feedback is quick and management can work with employees on a one to one basis.

Fisher’s company is an online reputation manager. Their clients are both individuals, private businesses, and public organizations. They help their clients to combat undeserved negative press online by teaching them to take advantage of all possible avenues to get their own message into the public eye. This offers them a chance to rebuff online criticism and change the negative nature of a conversation.

As an example, if a company’s CEO or upper management is involved in some sort of scandal, either personal or professional it becomes a topic of note online. Even if that individual was fired, if the attention gained was large enough, every online search could open up pages and pages of negative opinions, burying the good name of an otherwise reputable company in bad PR. Status Labs trains companies and individuals to take a more active role in getting their own positive message out online.

Mike Paul The Reputation Doctor To Serve In Advisory Capacity

Status Labs has reported that Reputation Doctor LLC President Mike Paul has accepted a position as a board advisor. Status Labs, based in Austin, Texas is a leading online character and reputation organization. Paul’s addition to Status Labs will bring strategic intuition and vision as the firm expands into the crisis administration and public reputation management sectors.

Darius Fisher, Status Labs’ President commented that Paul’s arrival, “Our advisors have already overcome many of the business challenges we face,” Fisher explained. “As a young entrepreneur leading a fast-growing company, I can learn a lot from those who have been in my shoes. Michael Paul has built one of the most successful crisis communications and reputation management practices in the world, and I look forward to having him join our board.”

Mike Paul is a recognized expert in government interaction and engagement, reputation administration, and organizational media and communications. He is known as “The Reputation Doctor.” Michael Paul is a recognized expert in government interaction and engagement, reputation administration, and organizational media and communications.As “The Reputation Doctor,” his resume of the last 25 years includes advising FEMA, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Kraft Foods, Pfizer and the United States Department of Justice. Michael Paul is often a guest commentator on TV news channels in the United States and abroad.

With offices in São Paulo and Austin, Texas, Status Labs is the premier online reputation management organization. It assists Chief Executive Officer’s, nationally recognized organizations, athletes, professional sports teams and the not so notable individuals and firms protect and maintain their online presence.

They are experts in social media and content marketing, search engine enhancement and public relations. Their success and reputation have been acknowledged in publications such The Daily Beast, New York Times, and US News and World Report.