I think you will find it will depend upon your speed, and also the geometery of your bike.
As the speed increases you may find it easier to put a little presure on the inside bar as you turn, this need will increases with speed, Start with your feet, if you also put presure on the inside footpeg and press your outside knee against the side of the bike. the bottom half of your body should now be about right.Now with the top of your body lean a little forward to put some extra weight onto the bars, bend the inside elbow out a little and move your shoulders a little to the way you want to turn ( your head will now be more over to the mirror than the centre of the bike) You should find you almost need to "push out" on the inside bar, you will find you need to feed the gas as this keeps the bike up and on the right line, and you almost steer the bike through feeding the gas.(and looking where you want to go) Should you have a dry road you may want to move your arse half way across the seat as this put more weight onto the inside of the bike which could help if your going briskly
This may help, but please dont try too hard until you have practiced , or ride like a twat, its december ,keep it smooth and flowing , all of the above could be bollocks and I havent got any money, so please dont ride beyond your ability, bin your pride and joy, and attempt to invite me to court.
The above is very unlikely to turn you into a GP racer overnight but entering a corner at a speed where you are in control , feeding the gas smothly, steer positively, look where your going may help you a little.