Susan I. Wranik
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Speak So Others Listen

Susan I. Wranik - Author, Speaker, Medical Professional


Global expert, national educator, author, and medical professional who helps corporations and individuals master the art of communication, improve employee engagement, and develop leadership skills.


Corporate Communication Training

  • Executive Presence

  • Professional Development

  • Cross-Cultural Diversity/Gender Inclusion

  • Witness Preparation

Professional Speaker Coaching

  • Public Speaking

  • Accent Modification

  • Speech and Diction

  • Verbal Imaging

Speech Therapy

  • CEU Courses

  • In-Home Therapy

  • Family Consultation

  • Staff Training


Helping people communicate kindly, with integrity and mutual respect, so their businesses can grow.



Corporate Communication Training

Teaching You To Speak So Others Listen

Stronger business through better communication. Because it’s not what you say, but what others understand and how you make them feel that counts. Accelerating employee engagement drives client interest, corporate culture, and the bottom line.

Susan helps employees of corporations and healthcare communities be more effective at talking to one another, get more engaged, and strive to be better and do more. Drawing on her global experience and medical training, she helps leaders become compelling communicators, accelerate employee engagement, and inspire others the kind way.


Professional Speaker Coaching

Giving Voice to Your Voice

Do you sound as good as you look? Every speaker works for 3 words: TELL ME MORE. To invite that question, a successful speaker must speak with poise, power, and polish. Because it’s the image that lingers after you leave the room that counts, that’s what people remember.

A dynamic speaker, national educator, and trainer, Susan helps people feel good about themselves, fan the want, and be better.



Susan I. Wranik, MS, MA, CCC-SLP

Susan I. Wranik, MS, MA, CCC-SLP


Speech Therapy

SOS: Susan On Speech - Here To Help

Providing communication skills training, including, but not limited to, the therapeutic treatment of speech, cognitive, and swallowing challenges related to stroke, Parkinson’s, and dementia.

A medical professional with a background in linguistics, Susan worked for the Italian government for over 20 years dealing with over 120 countries and almost as many languages. She then entered the medical field helping people with neurogenic communication disorders (stroke, TBI) regain the ability to communicate. Today, she draws on her cultural, linguistic, and medical experience to help people be better at communicating with one another.

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Susan On Stage


Get Susan’s Book

DON’T FORGET TO SAY THANK YOU is a compilation of stories about a mother’s love and wisdom and a child’s education.

Watts was burning, Martin Luther King, Jr. was marching, and people were questioning why some had access and others did not on the basis of the color of their skin .  Authority was being challenged and people were starting to ask why instead of accepting the status quo. In the inner city of Milwaukee, amid an atmosphere of civil unrest and the fight for equality, a mother worked to raise her child with kindness and compassion, teaching her right from wrong, answering the unanswerable, the ever-present why, while teaching her daughter to think for herself.   Each vignette vividly reflects the mother’s thoughtful responses as she nurtures her daughter’s inquisitiveness and encourages her to be her own person.


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