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CINDY GUTHRIE owns and operates her own business, Three Degrees of Change.  She has been a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) for ten years and has a Masters degree in Training and Development from Eastern Illinois University. Cindy has worked in the Human Resources field for thirty years. She has experience in every aspect of the HR process, including policy development, writing handbooks, and developing recruiting plans and compensation programs and has been instrumental in the start up of three HR departments.

CINDY HARRIS, SPHR has been a Human Resources practitioner for over two decades and has earned both a Business degree in Finance and Economics, as well as, Business Education.  She comes to the classroom with a depth of experience ranging from a Fortune 100 company to a non-profit association. Cindy is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources through the Society of Human Resources Management and serves on the board of her local chapter, Central Illinois Human Resources Group, as professional development chair.


AMA University Certificate Program in Human Resources

AMA University Certificate Program In Human Resources is sponsored by Parkland College Business Training in cooperation with the American Management Association

All courses qualify for PHR/SPHR recertification credits through SHRM



Compensation: How to Develop Effective Reward Programs

Cindy Guthrie, SPHR, MS, will help you gain a fundamental understanding of compensation that develops you into a primary resource for implementing new programs or improving existing ones. Determine and maintain pay levels that attract, retain, and motivate employees; develop compensation policy guidelines that reflect the company’s values and culture; learn the seven basic objectives when implementing an effective compensation plan.

Tue/Thu Oct 6 & 8, 2015
MGT 721-001Z
$299 (Book $95)

1- 5pm
Deadline: Sep 29

How to Manage Training: Facilitating Workplace Learning



Join Cindy Harris,SPHR, in learning how to assess an employee’s knowledge, skills, and performance levels; determine training objectives; evaluate internal and external training resources; use a variety of teaching methods and media; design and deliver effective training programs for company needs; and measure the results of your training program.

Tue/Thu Dec 1 & 3, 2015
MGT 757-001Z
$299(Book $95)

1- 5pm
Deadline: Nov 24



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