Published Jan. 21, 2013
Teresa Cox will lead Prudential C. Dan Joyner Co. Realtors’ new Business Development and Career Advancement Division.
As director of the new division, Cox will develop a Sales Mastery Program focused on broker and agent development. It will offer coaching and training to those new to the business, as well as challenge those with experience who seek a partner to help take their business to another level.
“Our industry demands that we continue to bring more and more value to our clients and customers, and be more skillful than ever,” Cox said in a news release.
Cox moved to management 10 years ago to help others build business through personal coaching, according to a news release. She currently serves on the Better Business Bureau of Upstate South Carolina and the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors board of directors, as well as 2013 Multiple Listing Service Chair.
Jeremy Wood will take over for Cox as broker-in-charge at the Pleasantburg office. Wood has been in real estate for 15 years, with seven of those serving as broker-in-charge for Carolina One in Charleston. Outside of work, he is involved in Habitat for Humanity, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Kiwanis.
Founded by C. Dan Joyner in 1964, Prudential C. Dan Joyner Co. Realtors serves the Upstate with eight residential offices and more than 250 agents.