Personal Empowerment Training

Do you want to improve your self-esteem? Are you seeking ways to motivate, attract and retain employees? Personal Empowerment Training is rooted in emotional intelligence training and offers participants the tools and techniques to build self-confidence and become the best version of themselves.

Knowledge + Practice = Personal Transformation


Empowerment Training

This training will explore over 40 emotional concepts such as beliefs, self-esteem, empathy, active listening, and managing conflict.  Participants increased knowledge, practice and application encourages new perspectives and habits.

Summer 2023 Empowerment Dates for the Butler County Recovery Community:
  • June 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, and 28

Training time: 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 

Location: Holly Pointe Building, 220 South Main Street, Butler PA

Cost: No fee to register for Butler County Recovery members!

Register by May 31.

To register please contact:
Dina Fricke
724-287-8711 ext. 8421

*Registration is limited to 20 participants


This is a 24-hour cohort-based training delivered over a period of weeks. This customizable training is offered in-person, online, or in a hybrid format by one of our certified instructors.  


Personal Empowerment Training is anchored in four foundational building blocks:

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Self-Awareness Self-Control Social (Other) Awareness Relationship Management

Meet the Trainers

Training delivered by Empowerment Institute certified instructors:

Jason Beckwith Jason Beckwith
Matt Clayton Matt Clayton
Butler County Prison
Kenneth Clowes Kenneth Clowes
Community Initiatives, BC3
Alice Del Vecchio Alice Del Vecchio
Institute for Nonprofit Leadership, SRU
Jackie Eppler Jackie Eppler
Grace Community Church

About the Empowerment Initiative

The Butler County Growth Collaborative empowerment initiative, in collaboration with BC3, intends to address a workforce shortage by providing training to residents who face barriers to employment and by creating a countywide culture of empowerment.  

Advisory Board Members

    • Lisa Campbell, Butler County Community College 
    • Amanda Feltenberger, Butler County Human Services 
    • Mark Gordon, Butler County Growth Collaborative 
    • Julie Hopp, Butler Area School District 
    • Brian Llewellyn, Alliance for Nonprofit Resources
    • Maria Malloy, Board of Commissioners  
    • Mary Salony, Tri-County Workforce Investment Board 
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