In principle a dialog between two persons is meant to facilitate the exchange of views or perceptions, provided that mutual respect is maintained. The parties have an obligation not to impose their view, without giving the other a chance to cooperate, and must be ware not to intimidate the other one.
The human being has to evaluate a situation through his own conviction and not through any form of coercion.
If someone reaches a spiritual level from which he cannot advance through his own means, only then, the person who is asked to help has the spiritual right to provide his advice.
In fact, some people who have their convictions, be they religious, ideological, or other, are trying to convince others just to reassure themselves about their own believes