Similarly, society is a dysfunctional system for those living in poverty, and impoverished individuals often rely on role models and emotions when dealing with society. We must remember that emotional responses dictate behavior and ultimately determine achievement. If someone’s emotional memory bank is overloaded with negative feelings towards society, then that individual is likely to behave in response to those emotions. In order to help people move out of poverty they must establish relationships with role models who can nurture their emotional development into positive emotional resources that elicit positive responses and encourage achievement. To do this, organizational leaders must always seek to become role models who can mentor and create positive relationships, everyone should teach and practice goal-setting, and everyone should teach and learn hidden class rules.