Formation is a life-long journey.
No matter one’s role or title, every one of us has influence and every one of us is a leader. As a leader, you are a steward of our organizational mission and identity.
This is where you belong.
Beside those in need.
Supporting each other.
Working as one.
Our goal is to help CommonSpirit leaders in every arena to be able to facilitate formation experiences that are meaningful, relevant, and engaging in the course of one’s day-to-day work.
Formation is an ongoing process that invites those who serve at CommonSpirit Health into experiences to discover connections between personal meaning and organizational purpose. These connections inspire and enable us to articulate, integrate, and implement the foundational elements of Catholic health ministry so that it flourishes now and into the future.
Formation strengthens the sense of personal purpose and calling in our work in order to sustain the faith-based and ministerial identity of CommonSpirit. Through this, we encourage operational excellence as we live out our mission, vision and values.
All who serve at CommonSpirit will have formation experiences that will both foster personal growth and help sustain who we are, why we are, and how we are as a faith-based ministry.
Formation Resources Available to All
Sacred Stories convey ways our mission is being lived out by the gifted people in our ministry. We invite you to use these stories for inspiration, as a meeting reflection, or to encourage discussion with your team. These stories are about the moments when the people of CommonSpirit Health find deeper meaning in their daily work. Read Sacred Stories or listen to the podcast to to inspire, comfort and reassure others.
Formation Innovation Podcast
Podcasts for Formation.
The Formation Innovation podcast explores proven and innovative approaches to formation in faith-based health care. Through interviews with mission, spiritual care, formation, and other leaders, we will explore new and time-tested approaches to formation in our current context.