People don’t develop nearly as well when they’re told the answer. And people don’t commit to a course of action nearly as much when they’re instructed to do something.
Let people make their own connections by asking the question. Have your questions be open and exploratory. Avoid asking “why” questions. And always start with the vision, then the plan, then the action.
One cautionary note, here: in conversation, even a coaching-style dialogue, people expect input too. So ask questions, get their ideas first. But also listen-out for when someone is really stuck and asking for input.