Hey Mike! I agree with you. I really wanted to cross-apply advice from RDH to agile, and there were, sadly, a lot of hygienists saying the most important thing to do is a complete medical interrogation followed by the probing and shouting.
That said, I still think there's some radical insight here, which is that unless you plan to stay and coach a team forever, it's better to teams control as much of their changing as possible, as soon as possible, to make the changes stickier.
So maybe it's just a matter of degree, in terms of how much you tell people overtly what to do, and how much you can help the team members to discover a perspective for themselves which is upgraded from what they would have done on their own.