Kubiak, who was appointed to the post on Monday, said that he will sit down with Flacco to discuss the best way to take the Ravens forward into the 2014 season.
"I think that's what I need to get in there and start working on," he told the Baltimore Sun. "Joe and I need to sit down together and I need to talk to him about how he feels with what he's done up to this point, how he feels about the future and what he thinks he needs to do better.
"I need to take my vision of that and study Joe over the course of the next few weeks, and together we come up with that plan, how we make him better, how we progress as a player. Ultimately, it's about the team and it's about the offense and him doing his job for the football team."
Kubiak was previously head coach of the Houston Texans.