The idea is that you rate your top *5* skills and attributes 0-9, then your worst *3* and give a brief explanation why you've ranked yourself such. Then anyone who wants to will pick *10* of everyone who replies, giving reasons why you favor some skills over others, not taking your own skills into account (but you can pick yourself if you so choose). The idea is to design a long-term tribe that can survive indefinitely.
Also give a brief description of your personality, ie. passive, aggressive, compassionate, quiet, outgoing, impulsive, planner, etc.
Possible skills / attributes could include but aren't limited to
Hunting / fishing (this includes skinning, dressing, and making the meat ready for safe consumption)
Farming / horticultural (living off of plants and knowing what is and isn't safe to eat)
Physical fitness (0 being you get winded after salting your food and 9 being decathlon medalist)
Diplomacy / motivation (or standard people skills)
Observation skills (how well you take notice of your environment, sounds, sights, smells, everything)
Mechanical aptitude (can you fix that random car, bike, boat, or generator that you happen upon)
Emergency Medical skills (life saving)
Non emergency medical (infection and disease remedies, proper nutrition knowledge, etc.)
Problem solving (using the materials at hand to do a job they weren't designed for)
Knowledge and education (can you teach someone to read who's never learned a language, etc.)
Parenting skills (there's going to be kids around eventually, this will be important)
Construction skills (masonry, framing, roofing, assume the materials are available)
Combat skills (not only do you have them but can you teach them)
Musical abilities (actual musical theory as well as playing an instrument or singing)
Sneaking (sometimes you need to do things quietly)
Memory and learning ability
Craftsman abilities (making clothes, rope, bags, tools, gunpowder, arrows, other weapons, etc)
Feel free to add more but please notice that I've left out leadership skills intentionally, because that sort of thing is done automatically in a group of ten or so after a couple days and most people aren't a good judge of their own leadership abilities.