I have had a few interview rounds so far and one feedback I keep getting is that I need to lead the case more. When I probe them for what specifically they mean by this, I find that their feedback is not that as detailed and therefore not quite actionable.
The obvious points I can think of are: (1) proactively asking questions to turn the direction of the case throughout, (2) after calculating a number, quickly go and try to connect it back to the original question & structure and offer some insight, (3) showing drive/passion for understanding the business problem.
Am I missing something? From your experience, what are some tangible ways (other than those above) to show the interviewer that you are "leading the case"? Perhaps it would be helpful to understand also if this should be different based on what firm you are interviewing with?