Integrity contains a great deal of honours. When a person talks with integrity, their words will typically be truthful/honest, morally/ethically right, and factual. When a person acts/does with integrity, their actions will typically be truthful/honest, morally/ethically right, and demonstrates honours.
On the other hands, when a person’s words and/or actions show series of lacking honour, honesty, truthfulness, and/or morally/ethically wrong, it means not only the person has no integrity in them but also they are corrupted.
When a person talks/acts with integrity, the end results are typically respectful, honourable, etc. Without integrity, words/actions can be shameful, despicable, corruptible, or worse etc. and those consequences will usually affect more than just self.