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Assess the value of different methods of monitoring the performance of a sales team.

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M2 Assess the value of different methods of monitoring the performance of a sales team. Milestones Milestones are used as markers that show how much distance you have travelled in moving towards your destination. Milestones can be used as a communication tool in breaking down an overall target. Milestones are a good method of monitoring the performance of a team because it shows how much distance an employee has made in reaching their target. Milestones are good method of monitoring performance because milestones can be used as a method of motivation. Responsibilities Responsibilities as a method of monitoring performance is good because if targets are being met it shows the team member are carrying out their tasks responsibilities. ...read more.

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Maintaining team focus is a valued because it allows the team leader to identify when the team is losing its focus. Review and Evaluation Reviewing and evaluating is an established method of monitoring progress because this allows team leaders and team builders to make sure that the team is consistently providing high performances. Revision of individual Responsibilities Revision of individual responsibilities is a good method of monitoring progress because it allows team leaders to find out any problems that arise within the team. Monitoring Progress Method Advantage Disadvantage Accountability The advantage of accountability of being a method of monitoring progress is because it shows if you are willing to be held accountable for your actions. ...read more.

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off until it is too late Maintaining Team Focus Ensures that the sales team leader makes the team aware of sales objectives on a regular basis. A disadvantage of this is that if a sales leader is too persistent this can annoy team members and demotivate them. Review and Evaluation Allows team leaders and sales team member to ensure that they are consistently providing high performances. Some team leaders can be too eccentric and review and evaluate too much thus causing more pressure on team members. Revision of Individual Responsibilities This allows sales team leaders to find out if there are any problems within the team. Also allows team sales leaders to identify any problems and solve them. Some sales team members might feel they are being picked on unfairly. ...read more.

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