This is a type of developmental task, where the reason why to do it is obvious to the Coachee from the very beginning. Direct tasks are important, although often they do not bring a breaking point in the process of change. They are extremely helpful when a client needs to complete his knowledge, experience something that is important to the process of achieving a goal, or become aware of something.
Sometimes it may so happen, that a direct task performs the role of an indirect task. This is the case when The client’s conclusions are surprising and unexpected.
Examples of direct tasks:
- Reading a book
- Seeing a movie
- talking with somebody important
- going for a walk
- Writing a text