Are the most successful leaders also psychopaths? Find out at MT Live in June

Successful business leaders like Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Apple's Steve Jobs and property tycoon Donald Trump - who bought Scottish golf course Turnberry yesterday - are closer to psychopaths than most, author Kevin Dutton will argue at our event for CEOs and senior directors.

by Ian Wylie
Last Updated: 02 Jun 2014

Not all psychopaths are violent or criminal, claims Dutton, an Oxford University professor who describes psychopaths as fearless, confident, charismatic, and focused - qualities tailor-made for success in twenty-first century business.

Find out how to channel your inner psychopath at at MT Live 2014, Management Today’s inaugural business conference taking place on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 at 200 Aldersgate, St Paul’s, London EC1A 4HD.

Other speakers at MT Live 2014 include Sainsbury’s chief executive Justin King, Facebook’s European boss Nicola Mendelsohn, entrepreneur Luke Johnson and Lord Heseltine. You can book your ticket here.

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