The 4th "P": Pre-empt possible questions and prepare examples
Each time they ask you to talk about a skills area, selectors want to hear what you have done that proves you have the skill and can apply it. They don't want theory, they want examples.
So a crucial part of your preparation for an interview is to draw up your own list of what you think the selectors will want and examples of how you have demonstrated those skills in the past.
These are the top skills that employers value in their staff:
Draw your examples from different areas of your life:
Work experience, Part-time or voluntary work, Academic study, Student life, Sport