Process Improvement & Role Clarification

Reduce team tension. Improve decision-making. Onboard new employees faster. Find your team’s flow.

Parabol’s affordable and expert Process Improvement & Role Clarification coaching is for leaders who want to help their team develop a culture of continuous improvement.


  • Make Improvements: Parabol’s software-assisted process leads your team through an engaging workshop to discover what’s in the way, explore root causes, and propose improvements to the way your team works.

  • Evolve Processes: we’ll show your team how to capture its processes, so that they’re transparent to stakeholders and new employees, and (most importantly) feed the cycle of iterative improvement.

  • Role Clarification: we help your team document and clarify roles, and who owns each part of a process.

  • Improved Decision-Making: we’ll introduce your team to an array of ways to make decisions (consensus, consent, consultative, and delegated) so you can work faster and with less friction.

  • Iterative by Design: we’ll help your team make process improvement a ritual, starting with small, smart changes that unlock a culture of continuous improvement


STARTING AT   $3,000/mo


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  • “I joined a team coached by Parabol and I was blown away at how smoothly the meetings ran. People held themselves accountable and things got done. We started looking into where else we could use Parabol...”

    Joseph Rosenfeld
  • “We tried Parabol coaching services to retool the way our leadership operates and it's been great. In 4 weeks we were running like a top: our meetings are much shorter, priorities and accountabilities are clear. The team loved the experience!”

    Adam Pisoni
  • Parabol's coaching and software was the key to unlocking performance within the NewsPicks leadership team. Our meetings went from business-as-usual to focused, fun, and productive. Each week we know where we're at, where we're going to go next, and who's responsible for each step to take us there. We've been recommending Parabol to everyone.”

    Ian Myers