Parman & Company

Sharing Your Passion For Your Cause


Parman & Company works exclusively with executives on issues related to the credibility, viability and efficiency of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.


Coaching is a core competency of Parman & Company. Dan Parman has been coaching business and non-profit professionals for over 25 years. He uses time-tested methodologies and applies his experience in working with people in the US and throughout the world. He is an expert at leveraging the skills and motivations of others to help them achieve their goals and the goals of the organizations they serve.

Project Management

Parman & Company has over 30 years of project management experience throughout the world. They can help you track and manage any project from conception through planning and implementation. They are experts at risk assessment, contract negotiations and phased approach evaluation.

Event Management

Parman & Company has organized, promoted, planned and coordinated banquets, symposiums, training sessions, golf outings, user groups, conferences, conventions and luncheons ranging in size from 10 to 1200. They can help your staff make sure that all of the objectives of the event are accomplished through use of your own staff or through the use of outside services. Although we are not an event management company. Parman & Company will help you to insure the success of your event through expert consulting.


Two heads are better than one, especially if they have different expertise and experience. The benefit of consulting is the power and advantage of perspective; decades of experience in dozens of corporate environments of all sizes. Having a confidential and experienced professional to brainstorm and strategize with is of great value to every corporate executive.


Parman & Company's approach to training is simple:

  1. Understand the critical success factors related to the specific objectives of the non-profit.

  2. Assess which of those Critical Success Factors are not being accomplished.

  3. Detail the steps to be taken to accomplish the objectives.

  4. Assess which activities require additional staff equipping.

  5. Train to the identified gap between the needed skills and the skills of the existing staff. ( In most cases, skill assessment of the existing staff is required.)

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