In taking a solutions-focused approach, you do have to listen to the client, and the questions you ask depend a great deal on what the client has to say.
We have a favourite SF training exercise, in which you practice with a partner and your next question must include a significant word or phrase from the previous answer. So the pattern shifts from ‘Question, answer, question’ to ‘Answer, question, answer’.
And the value of that? These questions will produce change. And they will keep you as the coach in the moment and on your toes.