Public Lecture on “Followership, A Reverse View of Leadership”

Key Speaker: Dr. Handry Satriago, CEO GE Indonesia

Saturday, August 23, 2014

The World Bank, J Building
701 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20006

Handry was born in Pekanbaru, Indonesia June 13, 1969. He graduated as a Bioindustrial Engineer from Bogor Agricultural University, and got his Master’s Degree (Cum Laude) from IPMI and MBA from Monash University. Handry also holds PhD degree in Strategic Management from University of Indonesia with the dissertation topic in the followership study. Handry also joined several executive educations, including Macroeconomic of Competitiveness in Harvard Business School.

He joined GE in 1997 as Business Development Manager in GE International, after several years working on local companies. He had several roles within GE businesses such as General Manager for Industrial Lighting, Asia Regional Black Belt Six Sigma Quality, and Director of Power Generation for Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Philippines. Starting July 2010, he was promoted as the CEO of GE Indonesia. Handry’s vision in growing GE Indonesia business is based on his believes that the company will have a sustainable grow when it also contributes to the growth of the customers and the country.

Handry loves education and volunteerism activities. He is passionate to see more Indonesia’s young talents to become global players. He spends his spare time to do sharing with the students and young people, and contribute as a writer on several books about leadership and environment. His latest book, titled #sharing was launched in April 2014 and now become National Best Seller. He is a member of Advisory Board for several universities and corporate universities in Indonesia. He is also an active member and co- founder of GE Volunteers Indonesia. He married Dinar Sambodja, his former colleague in GE Lighting Indonesia, now a public notary in West Java. Handry enjoys reading, sports, collecting traditional Balinese paintings, and travelling with his wife.