I wanted to give everyone another update on where my project stands. As is evident by now, the modality I have chosen is a simple word file, which includes typical interview questions, what I believe and through other research has told me that these questions are getting at, and how I can tailor each response to define a talent of mine.
Other formats I considered included a more of a "mock interview"-type outline, either written or through an audio presentation, to go through each question, and make it sound like a real interview, as well as an excel spreadsheet with each question and some different possible responses, which would've allowed me to organize my thoughts better and move them around more easily. In the end, though, I felt like a basic outline was the best thing to do, because while searching your talent inventory while sitting in an interview room can be a complicated process, a simple outline to follow would be the best to read through before an interview, and would be the easiest to remember.
The format I have chosen has helped to support my process for defining my knowledge work and talents by allowing me a common organizational tool to develop my talents both in a way that are easy to define for me, as well as to ensure that these talents are relevant to the work I would be doing. This has definitely been a helpful project, and I have learned a lot about myself and myself as a knowledge worker.