yes. YOu want her to walk toward you , stand by you and want to BE by you. So, if you walk, she walks, if you stand , she stands.
You are looking for a change in her MIND, not a set of particular actions, but her action will tell you about her mind. If she walks toward you, but then blows right past you, then the "draw" you had on her mind was only fleeting. There was something else out there that was more important than you.
Your goal is to make yourself the most interesting and enjoyable place to be. To do that, you have to make it uncomfortable for her when she puts her attention outward, not inward. If she needs to run around a bit, rear or buck before she can even think about giving yoiu her attention, then let her do so. Encourage her to do so. When she asks to come in, you can turn your body slightly, but not turning your back. If she doesnt' come in, send her off again for a bit. Then stop moving and see if she'd like to come in. Do NOT let her come trotting in to you. If she does, send her off immediately. She must stop, and come in politely, even a little hesitantly. She cannot run up to you like she owns you.
If she comes up to you but then says, nah, I think I'll go to the other end of the pen, when you see her turn her butt to you (she's blowing you off!), then send her off briskly (stay out of kicking range!) and move her around.
She can either mover around paying attention to the outside world, or come in nicely and hang with you. When she comes in, ask her to stop about 4 feet off from you, and you make the last step toward her, and lightly rub her nose. Then, turn and walk off. I bet she will follow.