This definition speaks to the temptation in coaching and facilitation to try to 'fashion' something for our clients (usually based on our own perspectives, prejudices or limits) rather than foster something that they grow in themselves.
Curiosity is a very good indicator of where we are likely to be on this continuum. The more curiosity we retain, the more likely we are to be in the 'fostering' mode. As soon as we have decided that we know everything, the more likely we are to be trying to 'fashion' our view of what the client is looking for.
One satisfies our egos, the other satisfies our clients.