Anne McTavish

We all have stress in our lives.  We know it affects our health and that we can say things we later regret when we’re under stress. Researchers have recently learned that stress can affect your ability to think as well as your speaking ability.  Anne McTavish knows from first-hand experience what stress can do to people through her work as a lawyer  —  and now she’ll share with your listeners ways to successfully deal with stress and handle confrontations without resorting to bullying or violence!

Anne developed FistFree Language™ which is a language-based conflict prevention skillset.  Anne will help your listeners identify how their perceptions of what’s going on affects how you handle situations.  She’ll tell your listeners how to successfully discuss differences without getting frustrated or confrontational, how to get their message across without being caustic, how to respond to verbal attacks, and more!

Anne McTavish was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She received a B.A. (with a major in political science) from The University of Calgary in 1980 and a law degree (LL.B.) from the University of Alberta in 1983. She was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1984 and has practiced law ever since. She is a also a trained mediator.


For more information on Anne McTavish please visit www.FistFree.com