Stav Ziv, The Muse

Stav Ziv

The Muse

New York, NY, United States

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  • Fast Company
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Past articles by Stav:

What It’s Really Like to Work in Sales at Promenade Group

The ability to speak up and ask for help goes a long way! → Read More

9 TikTok Videos to Watch If You’re Trying to Leave a Toxic Job

You won’t be swimming in this toxic cesspool until the end of time. → Read More

Mindy Kaling Can Make You Laugh, But She Also Has Career Advice for You

The comedian, actress, writer, producer, and mentor can make you laugh. But she also has some advice for you. → Read More

Meet The Marketing Arm’s VP of Talent Management and DEI

As The Marketing Arm’s VP of Talent Management and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Veronica Appleton is working to make the advertising industry more inclusive. → Read More

30 Jobs That Are Seriously in Demand for 2022

The number of openings has skyrocketed for these roles, from recruiter to full-stack developer. → Read More

7 Project Manager Interview Questions and How to Answer Them (With Examples!)

Learn what skills and qualities interviewers are looking for, what questions you can expect, and how you should go about answering them. → Read More

How to Use a Template to Make a Stellar Resume in Microsoft Word (Plus Examples to Get You Started!)

We’ll walk you through everything from where to find Word templates, what to consider when picking one, and how to use it. (Plus seven templates to get you started!) → Read More

Ellen Pao on What Tech Is Getting Right—and Wrong—About Diversity and Inclusion

Project Include founder Ellen Pao talks about positive changes, disappointments, and what we can all be working on going forward. → Read More

How to Tell If a Company Actually Cares About Diversity and Inclusion, According to Ellen Pao

Project Include's founder and CEO, Ellen Pao, shares a few tips for job seekers looking for companies committed to diversity and inclusion. → Read More

Here’s How (and When and Why) to List Internships on Your Resume

Not sure how to put internships on your resume? Wondering which ones to include, and when to let them drop off? We’ve got you covered. → Read More

Your Complete Guide to Resume Formats (and How to Pick the Best One for You!)

Chronological? Functional? Combination? Help! We'll walk you through the three most common resume formats and help you figure out which one will work best for you. → Read More

Do You Need a Combination Resume? Here's How to Know (and How to Write One)

What exactly is a combination resume? And how do you know if you should be using one? This guide explains all the basics and includes an example. → Read More

A Real Email Marketing Manager Cover Letter That Got the Job

Take a look at the actual cover letter that landed Alex Caffee a job as an email marketing manager. You’ll hear from the candidate as well as the recruiter and hiring manager she impressed. → Read More

A Complete Guide to Answering “Tell Me About Yourself” in an Interview (Plus Examples!)

You know a lot about you, but when the interviewer says, “So tell me about yourself,” it can be pretty stressful. We’ve got a guide with tips and examples to help you prepare. → Read More

What Should a Sales Cover Letter Look Like? Here’s a Real-Life Example That Worked

Take a look at the actual cover letter that landed Annie Breckling her latest sales role. You’ll hear from the candidate and the recruiter she impressed. → Read More

The Best Way to Talk About Your Strengths and Weaknesses in a Job Interview

It can feel awkward and intimidating when you’re asked to talk about your strengths and weaknesses in an interview. But if you prepare—and keep a few basic principles in mind—you can nail your answers. → Read More

17 Public Speaking Tips That’ll Help You Crush Your Next Presentation

Does public speaking—whether you’re giving a presentation at a small meeting or a keynote speech at a conference—make you nervous? Don’t worry, we’ve got some tips for you. → Read More

Tim Cook Didn’t Feel Ready to Lead Apple—Here’s His Advice for Stepping Up to a Challenge

Speaking to Stanford’s class of 2019, Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted it was incredibly daunting to take the reins from Steve Jobs. Here’s what he learned from his experience. → Read More

The Tech Splurge That Seriously Transformed My Work Life

I used to think fancy headphones were silly. But then I got a pair of noise-canceling headphones and they changed my work life for the way way better. Here’s how. → Read More

The Follow-Up Email That’ll Save (Most) Meetings From Being a Waste of Time

Because the only thing worse than a long meeting is a long meeting that doesn’t result in anything. → Read More