My best advice during an interview is to demonstrate your specific actions at work, and what the results you achieved. Actions and Results are exactly what a hiring manager are looking to buy as they search for someone to hire for the job they have described. Avoid generalizations like "Team work is good" and instead, offer an instance where you had to work as a team and what the results of those actions were.
A truly great question...as a former Recruiter, Small Business Owner and Interviewer I would say Confidence...the ability to show that you can and will do the job regardless of your experience or lack of experience. I was once hired for a job that required a Master's degree and I only had 2 years of college and an Associates degree! I went in confident and knowing that I could do the job and I did a great job of showing my future employers this.
Good luck! :)