When playing a draw, you need to have your feet a bit wider than normal. Instead of having your feet shoulder width apart, you need to have each foot three inches wider than that. Instead of squarely facing the target, aim your shoulders and hips slightly to the right of the target. Have your club face pointed directly at the target.
Your grip pressure is going to change quite a bit. Take a little of the pressure off of your left hand and squeeze a bit tighter with your right. Your left hand should be squeezing the club at about a 4 on a scale of 1 to 10, while your right hand should be at a 6. Your right hand has to be the dominant hand as you begin your downswing.
Bring your club back along the angle that your feet are pointed. Keep your club face as straight as possible. You still want the club head to hit the ball squarely even though your stance has changed to produce the draw. Stand a little taller than normal, a factor that will flatten your swing plane.