Strategies for Success: Building a Winning Team

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Author Sederick Fluker shares new, team-based approaches for achievement.

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I am humbled to serve people and my ambition is to help organizations and companies excel in performance.

Aaron Hernandez probably never intended to become a distraction for his team. Individuals with this kind of selfish, harmful behavior can keep organizations from performing at their best. Sederick Fluker teaches team-based organizations important strategies for success in his new manual, “The Winning Team: A Victory Guide for Total Team Success.”

Fluker has a history of working in team-based environments, from teaching to counseling and program development.

After a poor experience in a restaurant, he realized how detrimental one person could be to an organization. This inspired “The Winning Team: A Victory Guide for Total Team Success,” a manual for team-based organizations that focuses on strategies for winning and achieving at the highest level possible.

“I am humbled to serve people and my ambition is to help organizations and companies excel in performance,” Fluker said.

A full guide of tips that can be implemented immediately, “The Winning Team: A Victory Guide for Total Team Success”, provides a holistic approach to winning, unlike other books that focus on top management. The book is also based on Fluker’s own conceptual development model, which focuses on success from the ground up. Fluker hopes to see team-based organizations excel beyond mediocrity and experience the success of winning.

“The Winning Team: A Victory Guide for Total Team Success”
By Sederick Fluker
ISBN: 9781469180434
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and WestBow Press

About the author:
Sederick Fluker began his career as a classroom teacher before entering the social services field, where he worked with at-risk children. He worked his way to becoming the executive director of the organization, serving as a front-line worker and program developer. He was recently inducted into the Leadership Montgomery organization’s Class 28, a nonprofit organization that brings diverse leaders together to make a profound impact within the community.

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