EDUCATION & TRAINING
TRANSFORM YOUR POTENTIAL
with Dr. Constance Longmire
Improve Your Life in Just 1 Hour
Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey toward personal and professional success?
Dr. Constance Longmire at Peek Institute Training is here to guide you through a life-changing 1-hour life coaching session.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
As a seasoned Life Coach, Dr. Constance Longmire is committed to helping you uncover your strengths, conquer your weaknesses, and achieve your personal and professional goals. During your session, you'll benefit from:
Positive Solutions: Together, we'll explore positive solutions tailored to your unique challenges.
Strengths Identification: Discover and leverage your strengths to propel you forward in all areas of life.
Accountability: Dr. Longmire will provide the support you need to stay accountable on your journey to success.
Your Success, Our Priority:
Your personal and professional goals matter, and we are dedicated to helping you turn them into reality. Dr. Longmire will work with you to create a customized plan designed to unlock your true potential.
Dr. Longmire is an outstanding instructor, analytic problem solver, and a graduate of Kent State University's "Leadership Institute for Excellence," a ten-month extensive and accelerated leadership program. In addition, her campus received the "Diversity Trail Blazer Award" for her outstanding work in the area of Diversity and Community Involvement.
She's a respected community leader and works closely with other leaders in school districts, businesses, and nonprofit agencies. She also hosts several adult learning seminars and presentations.
Dr. Longmire has served on several panels for educational reform, such as the Educational Panel for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District with Dr. Bernice King (daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King) and other renowned educators.
She's the cable show Intentional Living host with Dr. Constance Peek-Longmire and owner of Living with Purpose, a nonprofit organization.
"Dr. Longmire I wanted to let you know that I have attended many DEI workshops before, but I want to tell you that yours was by far the most useful. I am Asian American married to a Jewish man with a transgender son. I'm so glad you explained what micro-aggressions sound like and the damage that can be done by them."
- Patricia S.