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Niamh Ryan
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When will you join EF?
Current EF staff
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Which EF division are you with?
EF English Centers for Adults
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What excites you most about China?
New culture, opportunity to learn a new language
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Who's your recruiter?
Courtney Conching

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I get knocked down... (Building resilience)!

Posted on June 30, 2016 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

If I asked you to think about the most successful person you know, who comes to mind?

Now think about the characteristics of that person that make him/her successful. Are they inspirational, an expert in their field, respected by their peers or a great leader? Do they have a senior position in a famous company (or own their own company!), lots of money, cars…


Network for success

Posted on April 1, 2016 at 4:11pm 0 Comments

Does the thought of networking send shivers down your spine? Does it remind you of your first day at a new school where groups of people played happily together and you didn’t know anybody? Or does it conjure up images of sleazy politicians back slapping each other in order to progress? No? That’s how I felt about networking until very recently.


Whether you…


Jungle gyms and ladders

Posted on March 19, 2016 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

This week I came across Sheryl Sandberg’s quote “Careers are a jungle gym, not a ladder”. I realized that while I agree with that statement now, I didn’t always. But it wasn’t Sandberg that made me ditch my ladder and jump onto the jungle gym. It was my friend Shauna, a person I was lucky enough to work with while volunteering as a teacher in East Africa in…


Managing conflict

Posted on February 9, 2016 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

It’s an inevitable part of every professional’s life that at some point we will work with someone we disagree with. But all too often the situation is made worse by the fact that instead of addressing difficulties directly with the person, we waste time and energy thinking about past or future interactions with them, or worse, complaining to other colleagues about them.…


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At 9:03am on November 30, 2012, Jane Erickson said…

Oh, great...-40, my favorite! haha. I'll be going home for Christmas in a few weeks, so I'm looking forward to that!  Shanghai is quite different, yes! Smaller streets and more business-ie! I like it. Especially my little red scooter! I miss Bejing though - such a cultural city with some beautiful things to see. It was an adjustment for sure, but I'm generally enjoying things! Say hi to Enda for me!

At 3:52pm on November 29, 2012, Jane Erickson said…

Girl! How is Beijing treating you?! Hope things are going well!

At 12:15am on June 22, 2012, Paul Lister said…

Hi there, a bunch of EF teachers live in that area. The gym some of us are patrons at is called IMPULSE. It has new machines and weights. A pool. dance studios, spin, and offer  other classes. Do you know what school you will be working at? Bj3? 

At 5:21pm on April 3, 2012, Teacher Recruitment & Training said…

Hi, Niamh.  Welcome to the EF English First social network.  Enjoy!



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