This blog post doesn’t exist.
It wasn’t written and timed to be published.
It wasn’t made public, categorised or tagged.
The picture above exists but isn’t stored and published as any form of media.
It isn’t on a blog with a registered domain.
It hasn’t been promoted via Twitter.
It’s not on LinkedIn either.
It hasn’t been formatted using HTML.
It hasn’t been read by anyone and won’t be commented because there’s no way it could be.
None of the things above could have happened because I’ve not had any formal training in how to blog. Sukh Pabial said this week:
Front line managers will always need a formal training process which guides them through a journey of self development and improving their general management skills and behaviours.
Goodness knows what this blog will be like when I’ve been trained on how to use it.
What do you think? Is Sukh right? Will there always be a need for formal training? I’ll be asking participants at Learning Pool Live in London this week their thoughts and will reflect them here later.