Sarah Buck

Sarah Buck is a Director of Client Relationships at Root Inc. She is responsible for turning first impressions into lasting relationships with Root clients by partnering to identify their strategy execution challenges and positioning solutions that allow them to successfully overcome those challenges. She has worked with a variety of organizations and industries, including True Value, McDonald’s, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Zurich North America.

Working with executives in all functions, she is able to feed her passion for creating sustainable change in organizations.

She began her career in healthcare and enjoys navigating the evolving healthcare marketplace, while expanding her insights to other marketplaces such as finance and insurance. Sarah graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys cooking, traveling, and outdoor activities. She is a self-proclaimed “foodie” that is always willing to try new dishes and restaurants.

Posts by Sarah Buck


How Being a New Parent Changed My View on Change at Work

I always thought I was good with change – I adapt easily and I’ve thrived in a job where every day looks different. Turns out, I’m terrible at change.

Headed for an Identity Crisis?  Align 5 Key Elements for Culture Success

5 key elements for culture success that help you build a culture that attract customers, engage employees, and create purposeful and connected organization.

Why most New Year’s Resolutions are already Toast

Creating an engaging, positive experience that leaves room for failure instead of focusing on a goal creates meaningful change that lasts.

How a 160-Year-Old Company Deployed Strategy in a Unique Way

By engaging all employees in a discovery-based interactive experience, you can deploy your new strategy in an effective and sustainable way.

How to Help Employees Change in the Workplace

Change is hard and sometimes you have to help employees change. Use these three tips to help make the next big change in the workplace a success.