It depends on a variety of factors. Since your plant is small and in new conditions it will most likely produce a few leaves and then start producing traps. Cephalotus Produce leaves mostly in winter and Traps in summer. But temperature, available light and moisture can also play a role.
All that is gold does not glitter not all those who wander, are lost. Tolkien.
Okay Thanks. I keep my plant in a south facing window sill and water it roughly every other day depending on how fast the water is used I keep the roots shielded from the sun with a tall clay container.