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Doyle Friskney

UKIT Chief Technology Officer


Office: 119 Hardymon

Phone: 859-257-5600

Email: doyle [at] uky.edu

Personal Website: http://comm.uky.edu/friskney

Bio
Chief Technology Officer at the University of Kentucky Ed.D Morehead State University M.Ed. Xavier University Cincinnati, Ohio B.S. Thomas More College


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Courses Taught

With the proliferation of technologically advanced social media (e.g., Facebook, chat, Twitter) available at the fingertips of individuals through multiple channels (e.g., phone, iPad, laptop, online video games), interpersonal relationships are being affected. Negotiating this relatively new, understudied, and quickly evolving terrain can present relational difficulties for a variety of relationships types. Students in this class will gain a thorough understanding of multiple communication platforms and the communication theory that can explain the interactions occurring in each platform, as well as improve their mediated communication skills to enhance interpersonal relationships.
This course provides an introduction to the study and practice of leadership from a entrepreneurial and communication perspective. Course activities will cover, 1) the basic concepts essential to personal skills development and organizational leadership behavior, 2) the theory component, and 3) the practical process of leadership and entrepreneurship. The course is designed to introduce students to leadership perspectives and the role communication plays in effective leadership and entrepreneurial strategies. The course explores communication variables involved when leaders attempt to influence members to achieve a goal. Topics include power, credibility, motivation, research on leader traits, styles, and situations, innovation strategies, organizational dynamics, creative problem solving, and current models of leadership.The different leadership challenges posed by different group and organizational types will also be explored.