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Une formation interculturelle France de PrepAsia présente ce qu’un Asiatique impatrié doit savoir et comprendre pour s’adapter et agir rapidement avec efficacité dès son arrivée, que ce soit en mission ou en expatriation. Cette formation est destinée au personnel étranger qui s’installe en France pour y travailler quelques temps, ou qui est appelé à jouer un rôle pivot dans son pays dans les relations avec ses interlocuteurs français.

Les langues utilisées sont l’anglais, le français, le chinois, le japonais et le coréen (pour les modules de vie pratique notamment). D’autres options linguistiques peuvent être étudiées.

Pays de paradoxes et première destination touristique au monde depuis les années 90, la France et les Français enchantent certains et en agacent d’autres, mais laissent rarement indifférent. La culture française est complexe, fruit d’une longue histoire où se mêlent l’héritage gréco-latin, les grandes migrations, le christianisme, la féodalité, la monarchie absolue, le mouvement des Lumières, la Révolution française et les mouvements intellectuels et artistiques du 20ème siècle. Elle se traduit dans le travail par une grande variété de comportements qui puisent leur source dans le riche passé du pays. Le côté « bon-vivant » qu’on reconnait en général aux Français n’est pas incompatible avec l’efficacité : optimiser la coexistence des Français avec celle des Asiatiques au travail impose un style de management spécifique qui passe par l’apprentissage du français, ainsi que des valeurs et des usages professionnels qui conditionnent la réussite des projets. Cette formation interculturelle France facilitera grandement le succès d'une impatriation.

Le texte de ce programme vous est également proposé en anglais ci-dessous, pour être consulté par les futurs participants à cette formation interculturelle France.

1/ Les fondamentaux de la France :

Quels déterminismes physiques et humains, quels grands courants de civilisation, religieux, politiques, techniques, sont à l’origine de la psychologie et des comportements des Français ? Les origines indo-européennes et les Gaulois, l’héritage gréco-latin, l’apport des grandes migrations, le monothéisme/christianisme et la féodalité, l’importance de la révolution française, les guerres nationalistes et coloniales, la libération de la femme, la génération Y. Quels éléments majeurs dans les cultures asiatiques expliquent les différences culturelles et la nature des relations de travail avec les Français ?

2/ Culture et mentalité des Français :

Quelles sont les caractéristiques majeures de la mentalité et de la façon d’agir des Français ? Comment l’organisation du pouvoir a-t-elle façonné leurs mentalités ? Comment l’évolution des idées et des pratiques religieuses et sociales explique-t-elle les Français d’aujourd’hui ? L’individualisme, les questions de genre et de génération, secteur public/secteur privé, 35 heures et productivité, le statut de la femme et les relations hommes-femmes, l’immigration et l’intégration, syndicats, conflits sociaux et société des loisirs…

3/ La langue :

En quoi apprendre le français est-il difficile et facile à la fois ? Quelles sont les principales caractéristiques de la langue écrite et parlée ? Comment prononcer ? Comment compter ? Que dire pour se présenter ? Mots et phrases utiles.

4/ L’environnement politique et social des affaires :

Comment l’histoire récente explique-t-elle la situation politique et sociale actuelle en France. Comment le pouvoir et la vie politique sont-ils organisés ? Quelle est l’attitude des Français vis-à-vis de la politique ? Quels sont les problèmes de société qui se posent en France ? Comment sont-ils abordés par les Français, par les medias et par les autorités ? Quelles en sont les conséquences sur le travail et sur la vie des sociétés asiatiques implantées en France ? Comment la mondialisation affecte-t-elle les valeurs et les comportements des Français ? Gauche/droite, centralisme étatique, rôle des syndicats dans l’entreprise, le patronat français, le rôle des instances européennes, immigration et racisme, les aspirations des jeunes au travail et les politiques de RH pour en tenir compte, la question des séniors. Quelles évolutions peut-on envisager ?

5/ Communiquer avec les Français :

Comment les Français voient-ils les Asiatiques ? Tradition et mondialisation : quels sont leurs valeurs, leurs attentes et leurs comportements au travail ? Comment gérer l’argumentation, la parole coupée, l’explicite et le style direct ? Le oui, le non, et les sourires français. Les questions de genres et de générations. Faire et ne pas faire, dire et ne pas dire. L’étiquette et la politesse au travail et après le travail. Les relations hommes-femmes. Comment optimiser la communication avec les Français ?

6/ Travailler et négocier avec les Français :

Les problèmes rencontrés par les entreprises asiatiques implantées en France. Secteur privé et secteur public. Les syndicats et le droit de grève. Productivité et loisirs. Les premiers contacts. Savoir adapter son comportement et son langage pour établir une relation de confiance. Les différentes façons de négocier. Les processus de décision et les réunions. Le rôle de l‘éventuel interprète. Comment se positionner avec un collaborateur, un partenaire, un fournisseur, un patron français ? La valeur des contrats et l’encadrement des activités par la loi. Le recrutement, le suivi, la fidélisation et le licenciement du personnel français. La direction d’équipe. La socialisation et la vie autour de l’entreprise…

7/ Vie pratique en France :

Présentation du lieu de destination, les quartiers de la ville, le déménagement, le logement, la scolarisation des enfants, les déplacements en ville et entre villes, les questions de sécurité, les soins médicaux, les achats, l’apprentissage du français pour soi-même, son conjoint et ses enfants, le recrutement et la gestion du personnel de maison, les sorties, les loisirs, conduire un véhicule en France et en Europe, faire du tourisme…

Le dossier de la formation interculturelle France / il contient :

- Un dossier sur support numérique, qui rassemble la version numérique des présentations et du Guide de Vie Pratique France, ainsi que des documents sélectionnés pour permettre au participant d’aller plus loin, selon son choix.

- Une version papier du Guide de Vie Pratique France. Ce guide est édité par PrepAsia et mis à jour régulièrement. Il traite tous les aspects de l’expatriation en France.

- Un livret contenant les présentations des intervenants, pour y noter tous commentaires.

- Des cartes, plans, dépliants touristiques, selon la destination de chaque participant.


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 A PrepAsia Intercultural Training on France provides Asian expatriates with first-hand knowledge and understanding of how to adapt and react quickly and efficiently, as soon as they arrive in France, whether for a short mission or an expatriation. This training is tailored for international staff, either settling in France to work; or who are to become privileged interlocutors of their French counterparts, in their country. 

Trainings can be given in English, French, Chinese, Japanese and Korean (Presentations on everyday life for instance). Other linguistic options can be explored.

 A country of paradoxes and the world’s leading tourism destination since the 1990s, France and the French, charm some and annoy others but rarely leave any indifferent. French culture is complex. It is the result of a long History, blending Greek and Latin heritages, the great migrations, christianism, feudalism, the absolute monarchy, the movement of Enlightment, the French Revolution and the intellectual and artistic movements of the 20th century.  It is illustrated in professional situations by a large variety of behaviours, originated in the country’s rich past. Being a “bon vivant”, a widely accepted trait of French people, is not incompatible with efficiency: optimizing coexistence between French and Asians at work calls for a specific management. The latter consists in learning the language as well as the values and professional practices which are a condition of the success of projects.

1/ The fundamentals of France:

In which physical and human determinisms, which great civilization currents, religious, political, technical, are the psychology and behaviours of the French people originated? The Indo-european and Gaulish origins, the Greek and Latin heritages, the contribution of great migrations, monotheism/ christianism and feudalism, the importance of the French revolution, the nationalist and colonial wars, the liberation of women, the Y generation. Which major elements of Asian cultures explain the cultural differences and the nature of work relations with French people?  

 2/ French culture and mentality:

What are the major characteristics of French mentality and ways of acting? How has the organization of power shaped their mentalities? How does the evolution of ideas and of religious and social practices explain French people today? Individualism, gender and generation issues, public and private sectors, 35 hours and productivity, the status of women and relations between men and women, immigration and integration, trade unions, social conflicts and the leisure society…

3/ The language:

Why is learning French difficult and easy at the same time? What are the main characteristics of written and spoken French? How to pronounce? How to count? How to introduce yourself? Useful words and sentences.

4/ The political and social environment of business in France:

How does recent History explain the current political and social situation in France? How are power and political life organized? What is the attitude of French people with respect to politics? What are the social issues at stake in France? How are they discussed by French people, by the media and by the power? What are the consequences in the workplace and on the life of Asian companies established in France? How does globalization influence the values and behaviours of French people? Left/Right, state centralism, role of trade unions in companies, French employers, role of the European institutions, immigration and racism, the aspirations of young professionals and related HR policies, the issue of senior professionals. What evolutions can we expect?

5/ Communication with the French:

How do French people see Asian people? Tradition and globalization: what are their values, their expectations and their behaviour at work? How to handle argumentation, interruptions of speech, the explicit and direct style? The yes, the no, the smiles. Gender and generation issues. What to do, not to do, to say, not to say. The Etiquette; politeness at work and after work. Relations between men and women. How to optimize communication with French people?

6/ Working and negotiating with the French:

Issues faced by Asian companies established in France. Public and private sectors. trade unions and the right to strike. Productivity and leisure. First contracts. Know how to adapt one’s behaviour and language to establish a relationship of trust. The different ways of negotiating. Decision process and meetings. The role of an interpret. How to position oneself with a French co-worker, partner, supplier, or employer? The value of contracts and business legal framework in France. Recruitment, follow-up, loyalty and licensing French staff. Team management. Socialization and life inside the company.

7/ Everyday life in France:

Presentation of the destination, districts, moving, accommodation, schooling your children, transportation in the city and between cities, safety issues, health care, shopping, learning French yourself, your partner and your children, hiring and managing house help, going out, activities, driving in France and in Europe, tourism…

The France Intercultural Training file contains:

 - A digital file, containing the digital version of speakers’ presentations and of the France everyday life Guide, maps,and a great number of selected documents to enable participants to go further.

- A paper version of the Everyday life in France Guide. This guide is edited by PrepAsia and regularly updated. It treats all aspects of expatriation in France.

- A booklet containing the speakers’ presentations, to take notes.

- Maps, tourist information flyers, tailored to the destination of each participant

 


For more details on this program, the dates and tariffs of this training, please contact PrepAsia bouton PrepAsia01

 

 

A PrepAsia Intercultural Training on France provides Asian expatriates with first-hand knowledge and understanding of how to adapt and react quickly and efficiently, as soon as they arrive in France, whether for a short mission or an expatriation. This training is tailored for international staff, either settling in France to work; or who are to become privileged interlocutors of their French counterparts, in their country. 

Trainings can be given in English, French, Chinese, Japanese and Korean (Presentations on everyday life for instance). Other linguistic options can be explored.

A country of paradoxes and the world’s leading tourism destination since the 1990s, France and the French, charm some and annoy others but rarely leave any indifferent. French culture is complex. It is the result of a long History, blending Greek and Latin heritages, the great migrations, christianism, feudalism, the absolute monarchy, the movement of Enlightment, the French Revolution and the intellectual and artistic movements of the 20th century.  It is illustrated in professional situations by a large variety of behaviours, originated in the country’s rich past. Being a “bon vivant”, a widely accepted trait of French people, is not incompatible with efficiency: optimizing coexistence between French and Asians at work calls for a specific management. The latter consists in learning the language as well as the values and professional practices which are a condition of the success of projects.

1/ The fundamentals of France:

In which physical and human determinisms, which great civilization currents, religious, political, technical, are the psychology and behaviours of the French people originated? The Indo-european and Gaulish origins, the Greek and Latin heritages, the contribution of great migrations, monotheism/ christianism and feudalism, the importance of the French revolution, the nationalist and colonial wars, the liberation of women, the Y generation. Which major elements of Asian cultures explain the cultural differences and the nature of work relations with French people?  

2/ French culture and mentality:

What are the major characteristics of French mentality and ways of acting? How has the organization of power shaped their mentalities? How does the evolution of ideas and of religious and social practices explain French people today? Individualism, gender and generation issues, public and private sectors, 35 hours and productivity, the status of women and relations between men and women, immigration and integration, trade unions, social conflicts and the leisure society…

3/ The language :

Why is learning French difficult and easy at the same time? What are the main characteristics of written and spoken French? How to pronounce? How to count? How to introduce yourself? Useful words and sentences.

4/ The political and social environment of business in France:

How does recent History explain the current political and social situation in France? How are power and political life organized? What is the attitude of French people with respect to politics? What are the social issues at stake in France? How are they discussed by French people, by the media and by the power? What are the consequences in the workplace and on the life of Asian companies established in France? How does globalization influence the values and behaviours of French people? Left/Right, state centralism, role of trade unions in companies, French employers, role of the European institutions, immigration and racism, the aspirations of young professionals and related HR policies, the issue of senior professionals. What evolutions can we expect?

5/ Communication with the French:

How do French people see Asian people? Tradition and globalization: what are their values, their expectations and their behaviour at work? How to handle argumentation, interruptions of speech, the explicit and direct style? The yes, the no, the smiles. Gender and generation issues. What to do, not to do, to say, not to say. The Etiquette; politeness at work and after work. Relations between men and women. How to optimize communication with French people?

6/ Working and negotiating with the French:

Issues faced by Asian companies established in France. Public and private sectors. trade unions and the right to strike. Productivity and leisure. First contracts. Know how to adapt one’s behaviour and language to establish a relationship of trust. The different ways of negotiating. Decision process and meetings. The role of an interpret. How to position oneself with a French co-worker, partner, supplier, or employer? The value of contracts and business legal framework in France. Recruitment, follow-up, loyalty and licensing French staff. Team management. Socialization and life inside the company.

7/ Everyday life in France:

Presentation of the destination, districts, moving, accommodation, schooling your children, transportation in the city and between cities, safety issues, health care, shopping, learning French yourself, your partner and your children, hiring and managing house help, going out, activities, driving in France and in Europe, tourism…

 

The France Intercultural Training file contains:

- A digital file, containing a great number of selected documents to enable participants to go further, at their convenience: the digital version of speakers’ presentations and of the France everyday life Guide, maps, documents on your partner’s work, the language, sayings, values, religious practices, leisure activities and sports, founding texts, uses and good manners, society issues, power, politics, education, France’s International relations, cuisine, cinema, business, negotiation, Human resources, recruitment, employee loyalty, conflict resolution, etc…

- A paper version of the Everyday life in France Guide. This guide is edited by PrepAsia and regularly updated. It treats all aspects of expatriation in France.

- A booklet containing the speakers’ presentations, to take notes.

- Maps, tourist information flyers, tailored to the destination of each participant

 

For more details on this program, the dates and tariffs of this training, please contact PrepAsia