The Vanguard Forum for Healthcare Leaders - New York, Nov 6-7, 2019

AGENDA, NOV 6

GENERAL GUIDELINES AND ENTRY FORMS


ADULT COMPETITION | Entry Form (online) YOUTH COMPETITION | Entry Form (online) All participants are invited to a public reading and awards ceremony on Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 5:30 PM. GENERAL GUIDELINES
for both Adult and Youth Literary Competitions

  • All entries must be accompanied by a registration form.
  • Submissions must be double-spaced and in 12 point, Times New Roman font and must include auto-indents to paragraphs. (Spacing requirements do not apply to submissions classified as poetry, as the poet will retain creative license over formatting.)
  • For all entries submitted online, artists must submit A DIGITAL file of each entry (including the title) for distribution to judges. Accepted file types: PDF, DOC, DOCX
  • The writer’s name and/or photo must not appear on the manuscript.
  • The title of the file must be the title of the work. E.G. theiceberg.pdf
  • Entries will NOT be returned.

POETRY
  • Entries may not exceed 100 lines.
  • For poems of the stanza, haiku, or sonnet variety, please use 12 point, Times New Roman font.
  • If visual formatting is important to your piece of poetry please submit in clearly readable font and size.

SHORT STORY
  • Entries may not exceed 6,000 words.
  • Stories must be double spaced, 12 point, Times New Roman font, with autoindented paragraphs.
SUBMISSIONS
SUBMISSION DEADLINE | Friday, August 27, 2021 Submissions for the annual Literary Competitions
PLEASE NOTE
  • Entries will NOT be accepted via email.
AWARDS
  • Only one prize per artist, per category will be awarded.
  • Authors are permitted to enter both categories and entries are eligible to win an award in each competition, however, there are no repeat prizewinners within the categories each year.

QUESTIONS




18th ANNUAL LITERARY COMPETITION INFORMATION


GENERAL INFORMATION

  • The 18th Annual Literary Competition is open to artists in the Southeast United States.
  • The short story and poetry competitions are open to any subject.
  • All submissions must be the unpublished, original work of the artist.
  • Rights remain with the artist.
  • Artists must be 18 or older and must NOT be enrolled in a K-12 program.
  • Students residing in York County who are enrolled in a K-12 program may enter the 10th Annual Youth Literary Competition.

FEES
  • Arts Council Members | $10 per entry
  • Non-Members | $15 per entry
Fees are non-refundable.
Please make checks payable to the Arts Council of York County

AWARDS
  • 1st Place | $125
  • 2nd Place | $75
  • 3rd Place | $50
Awards are issued for each category.




10th ANNUAL YOUTH LITERARY COMPETITION INFORMATION


Sponsored by Williams & Fudge GENERAL INFORMATION

  • The short story and poetry competitions are open to any subject.
  • Artists must be 18 or younger, a resident of York County AND enrolled in a K-12 program.
  • All submissions must be the unpublished, original work of the artist.
  • Rights remain with the artist.
  • Those over the age of 18 may submit to the 18th Annual Literary Competition.

FEES
  • FREE! There is no entry fee for the 10th Annual Youth Literary Competition.

NEW | AWARDS Sponsored by Williams & Fudge.
  • 1st Place | $125
  • 2nd Place | $75
  • 3rd Place | $50
Awards are issued for each category.




2021 COTTON ALLEY WRITERS' REVIEW


An online magazine, the Cotton Alley Writers’ Review, will be created from the winning entries submitted to the competition for publication in November of 2021. Winners will be notified and asked to email in a final, edited of their poem or short story in the form of a Word Document or Google Sheets file. The Arts Council will not make any changes to your digital submission prior to or after publication. Winners who do not wish to be published may decline to be included in the magazine. Those who do not submit an electronic copy will not be published in the online magazine. Email Electronic Copies to Jesslyn Armstrong at jarmstrong@yorkcountyarts.org.





AGENDA, NOV 7

BREAKFAST


8:00 - 8:55 am




EARNING SOCIETY’S TRUST


Americans tend to trust their doctor but not their insurance company, nor their hospital, nor the political machinery. Everyone sees the urgency of earning societal trust in healthcare – why is so little being achieved? Is there a new way forward? What should top leaders of the future learn from past failures? Why do so many top leaders lose the trust of their people, the trust of the Board? How do you earn trust, and keep it? What can you do to repair trust, when it is damaged?  Discussion David Nash Dean, Jefferson College of Population Health    Ron Piervincenzi CEO, U.S. Pharmacopeia  Michael Watras CEO, Straightline World Session Leader: Charles Wohlforth Author and Co-Author of 15 books, Journalist, Policy Advisor 9:00 – 9:40 am




SOLVING PERSONAL CHALLENGES


Table-group workshop Exercise Ken Banta Founder and Principal, Vanguard Network  9:45 - 10:10 am




DOES DIVERSITY CATALYZE INNOVATION?


Does it improve results? Do we want diversity in the workplace because it is ethically right, legally prudent, or because it improves results? Is it about ethnicity and gender, or more? What is the role of top leadership in shaping and leveraging a culture that values diversity? Workshop and Dialog Beatrice Grech-Cumbo Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry Jack Drescher Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University Cameron Durrant Chairman and CEO, Humanigen Session Leader: James Bradley Business Storyteller and Leadership Advisor 10:45 – 11:25 am




CLOSING COMMENTS


Ken Banta Founder and Principal, Vanguard Network  12:15 - 12:30 pm




BREAK


10:15 - 10:40 am




LIGHT REFRESHMENTS


12:30 - 1:30 pm




WINNING AS A SITUATIONAL LEADER


Different cultures, different industries. Today one style isn’t enough, a leader needs rich toolset. What are those tools? What are the things that are universal, that you are consistent about, and what do you adjust for the situation?  Fireside Chat  Mehmood Khan CEO, Life BioSciences; Past Vice-Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer, PepsiCo Session Leader: Ken Banta Founder and Principal, Vanguard Network  11:30 am - 12:15 pm





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