1/ Be a good storyteller – prepare the when, what, who, where, how, and why
2/ Use humour – but don't let it get out of hand
3/ Refrain from fidgeting – contribute to a relaxed ambience
4/ Give off a positive vibe – smile, nod and look straight into your interviewer's eyes
5/ Create synergy – invite questions and encourage feedback
6/ Stand firm in your beliefs – demonstrate your ability to influence, challenge and motivate others
And before you leave the interview room, thank them nicely, and perhaps ask for a copy of their name cards. One thing though – don't overdo the personal touch. If you sense hesitation or reluctance, it's best to keep a distance.