Be genuine. Don’t oversell yourself or undersell yourself.
Communicate well and be articulate. Be succinct when describing your experiences but not terse.
Practice. Practice. Practice. Write down answers for common behavioral questions: What are your strengths, weaknesses? Why do you want to work here?
Observe which areas, projects and experiences your interviewers show interest in. Then adjust in real-time to elaborate upon your impact and skill set in those key areas.
Ask good and interesting questions for EACH interviewer. Prepare a list of 5 or more insightful questions to ask each interviewer.