I've never done it myself yet, but I hear this a great method to get a horse to ground tie. I'm planning on trying it out with one of the colts soon.
Start off in a round pen (or an empty enclosed arena if weather or space doesn't allow) with a halter and a lead on your horse. Move her to the center and just give her all the attention inthe world. Pet her, talk to her, etc as long as she is standing still. Then drop the lead and take a few steps back. If she stays there, great! Give her more praise. If she moves though (even a couple steps) take the lead and move her back to the same spot and try again. Once she has that down, move further away. Make sure you don't let her move and get praised for it. She needs to understand that she is to stay put until you come back to get her. Eventually, you should be able to leave the area and be out of sight for a few minutes without her moving from her spot.
If you wanted to make her come to you after standing still, I suppose you could try calling her over after you have made it to a certain spot. I'd start with the first method first, and do this after you feel she is ready.
Good luck! :) I hope this is some help to you.