Not only do you have to focus on your personal sales and keeping them up but you need to work with your team. You may have teammates that do not need your help and are pulling in great numbers monthly but then you have those who are not doing much of anything. How do you decide where you should spend your time and what you should not do?
Just because one of your team mates is doing great does not mean that they do not require help. Maybe they are doing a lot of sales but cannot recruit for the life of them. Maybe you have teammates that have no issue getting a recruit but they cannot get the sales and are frustrated because they are missing out on commissions.
The first thing I recommend doing is contacting your team. This should be through the phone instead of through email. Ask them how things are going, do they need help or do they have any questions. If there have been big changes, or if they are close to some sort of incentive, ask them if they are aware of it. If this call only lasts three minutes, that is okay too.
If you cannot get a hold of someone, leave a message and suggest you will try again in a few days. If you get the machine again, you can leave a message. If you are unsuccessful after two or three calls, an email or text may be the way to go. Just mention you tried to get a hold of them, there was no answer, and to let you know if there is a better time or method for them.
There are those that do not want your help, and that is okay. Do not force yourself upon a person because you feel that you should. They will just get frustrated with you and they will never communicate with you again. But on the plus side, if someone is constantly asking for help, and you never see results, it may be time to pull back a bit there too.