Evolution of TC

Time Management for Tech Writers

  • Workshop
  • Project Management for Technical Writers
  • 05. June
  • 10:00 - 12:00 AM (CET)
  • E.11 Training Room
  •  Paula Stern

    Paula Stern

    • WritePoint Ltd.


Are you a tech writer looking to improve your time management skills? This workshop is perfect for you! Learn valuable tips and tricks from industry experts on how to effectively manage your time as a tech writer. Don't miss out on this opportunity to network with fellow professionals and enhance your career. Benefits include:

  • Increased Productivity: Implementing effective time management strategies will boost your productivity, allowing you to accomplish more in less time.
  • Enhanced Work-Life Balance: Learn how to strike a balance between meeting deadlines and maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Avoid burnout and achieve long-term success in your technical writing career.
  • Professional Development: Acquire skills that are not only beneficial for your current projects but will also contribute to your overall professional development. Stay ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of technical communication.
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow technical writers, share experiences, and build a network that can provide ongoing support and collaboration.


Strategies for Effective Time Management
Tools and Technologies (vendor neutral)
Balancing Quality and Efficiency
Overcoming Procrastination
Overcoming Writer's Block

Prior knowledge

None required


 Paula Stern

Paula Stern

  • WritePoint Ltd.

Paula Stern is the CEO of WritePoint Ltd, the Spokesperson/President and Israel Delegate of tekom Israel, the co-list owner of Techshoret, an Admin in the ITW - Israel Technical Writers List, the co-Admin of Techshoret on Facebook. She speaks internationally in 2-3 conferences per year, is the main Conference Coordinator of MEGAComm, organizes events in her community, is married, has 5 children and 8 amazing grandchildren. In her spare time, she paints, cooks, reads, and organizes more things.