‘ Sounds like you’re trying to steer the bike by using “Body English”. That’s old fashioned and doesn’t work very well.
On a motorcycle, at speeds under ~15 mph you turn the wheel to the left to go left and to the right to go right..
At speeds over ~15 mph, you need to countersteer.
Essentially, countersteering means you gently push on the handgrip in the direction you want to go. To turn right, push gently forward on the right grip. To turn left, push gently forward on the left grip. The harder you push the faster it leans over, so be very careful when first practicing this technique. I know this sounds counter-intuitive, but it does work and is what you need to learn to do in order to steer your bike accurately at speed.