Community Home

Latest Shared Files

Log in to see this information

Either the content you're seeking doesn't exist or it requires proper authentication before viewing.


  • Be Your Authentic Self Webinar

    Would you like to be happier, more confident and creative?  Discover what it means to be authentic.  Explore the amazing benefits of living an authentic life for you and others. - Shana Farell, Fox Valley Technical College

    IPMA hosted is first Virtual Chapter Meeting Wednesday, April 18, 2018 with this amazing presentation.  
    Want to have a happier you - make the time to watch Shana Farrells' presentation and take the opportunity to complete the self-help worksheet she has also provided.
    All IPMA webinars can be found in the Members Resources Library.
  • LinkedIn Webinar

    Did you miss the LinkedIn webinar on March 29th?  The recording has been added to the Member Resources - Members Only Webinar folder for you viewing

Community Blogs

  • Shana Marie Farrell     Just like the printing and mailing industry, our lives continue to change and evolve as new chapters begin.  Sometimes when we least expect it, old chapters appear in new ways because of connections with others, shipping ...

  • We all have limited budgets with which to manage our organization. If we’re smart, we do our due diligence in deciding how we spend our money. So how do we make sure IPMA membership is a good investment? It’s really the same as any other purchase. If ...

  • One of my favorite cartoons growing up was “A Far Side” by Gary Larson.  Incredibly hilarious stuff because it always made you go “hummmm”.  I’ll beg forgiveness for using this image, but it was always one of my favorites. So how many of you worry ...

  • Dear IPMA Members, Another year is coming to a close. At IPMA, we have much to celebrate as we look back on the events and accomplishments of 2017. We are celebrating 53 years of supporting in-plants and advocating for the in-plant business model. ...

  • After deciding to write a blog my first thought was…I’m not a blogger I’m a mudder, referring to race horses who do better in the mud than on the soft smooth surface of a dirt track. I’ve heard about blogs, seen speakers on talk shows who write blogs, ...

    1 person recommends this.