Live and Create on The Edge
Salvador Dali was a master of illusion and perception—always looking at situations from an angle that’s anything but ordinary. So consider this: are you supporting this kind of creative thinking in your team and business? Are you giving your employees the tools they need to find uncommon solutions to standard problems? Are you encouraging innovative thinking and fostering genuine collaboration?
The Edge at The Dali can help you achieve these goals. This one-of-a-kind program offers full and half-day innovation workshops set in one of America’s most imaginative, inspiring settings: The Dali Museum. The Edge is unique in that it carefully combines proven creative problem solving (CPS) methods with a generous dash of Dali philosophy to expose your team’s true untapped potential.
Surrounded by all that is art, architecture and explorative thinking, The Edge empowers you to:
1) OBLITERATE LIMITS: Organizations that encourage rich creativity experience greater success. The Edge will help tease your minds out of alignment so you can start thinking sideways, upside-down and backwards—in quintessential Dali style. Our expert facilitators will lead your team through unexpected training exercises that both expand your mind and develop your talent in new and exciting directions.
2) GET UN-STUCK: Let’s say you have a problem you don’t quite know how to solve or an opportunity you just don’t know what to do with. The Edge facilitates exercises that get you off and running in infinite, inventive directions that you may have never even considered. In short, we are skilled manufacturers of “ah-ha” moments.
3) VENTURE BEYOND: Surprise and delight your employees by holding your next company planning meeting or corporate retreat at The Edge at The Dali. You’ll have access to the museum collection, exclusive Dali-inspired teambuilding exercises, delicious Spanish fare and a setting your employees will want to revisit again and again.
Participants from corporations, non-profits and educational institutions are welcome. For more information, complete the inquiry form below, or contact The Edge Co-Director Nathan Schwagler at firstname.lastname@example.org.