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Clear and tangible goals allow your sales people to aim for excellence and measure their progress along the way. However that doesn’t mean that goals have to be just about hitting numbers. Managers often only consider assessing goals that directly relate to revenue, but what about the ones that benefit your revenue in the long run?

There are several goals that are worth assessing depending on your business goals. You should aim to set goals around productivity, revenue generation, as well as personal and professional development. Really get to understand your sales people, and what is holding them back from becoming top performers. Set goals around identified areas for improvement in order to support them in becoming better.

Keep in mind that simply setting and monitoring goals is not enough to produce development in your team. You must provide guidance and support in helping them achieve these goals, as well as praise for their determination and perseverance. At the end of the day, monitoring all of these areas will enable to you manage and retain a strong and cohesive sales team that consists of intensely self-aware professionals who will provide you with the best results.